Our “Grassroots Advocacy 101” program on April 12 was such a success that we’re offering a longer workshop that will offer a deeper dive into advocacy training.
At “Grassroots Advocacy and Skill Building” on Saturday, June 3, Brian Rawson, an experienced advocacy trainer, will teach you how to use tools and techniques to advocate for the issue of your choice. While examples given will focus on environmental policies, the skills you’ll acquire are applicable to any advocacy effort.
This program will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 3 at the Burlingame Recreation Center, 850 Burlingame Ave., Burlingame. The cost is $15; however, no one will be excluded from this program due to financial need. Coffee, tea and muffins will be included. Reservations are due by May 22. Download reservation form . You can also register online via Eventbrite.
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About the program: Brian will share some of the strategies behind the post-election movement for change and will provide insights on how to proactively engage policy makers and inspire action. You will practice refining your message for a target audience, learn to give a brief, persuasive talk on an issue and develop tactics that get noticed by those with the power to create change. In addition, you will learn the best ways to contact leaders and how to partner with others to magnify your influence.
About Brian Rawson: Brian has two decades of experience in mobilizing people, knowledge and resources to create solutions for societal inequities for organizations including Oxfam America and the Nobel-awarded International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War. In his training, he emphasizes engaged learning, real-time practice, deep-dive policy sessions, community building and action planning.