Equally Ours training: Communications for Change 1 – 17 September 2019 (London)

Date: 17 September 2019
Time: 10am – 4pm
Location: Tavis House, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9NA
Cost: Free

Equally Ours invites you to a day’s free training in strategic communications theory and techniques. This training is aimed at communicators and campaigners working on inequality or poverty, and those with lived experience of these are particularly encouraged to apply.

As campaigners and communicators, we have a lot to learn from the past few years. Despite all the effort we put into crafting our messages, the way we’re communicating isn’t working in the long term – isn’t changing hearts and minds. Worse still, it can even backfire and entrench regressive views. Equally Ours’s Communications for Change training uses techniques from behavioural science to teach you how to overcome this – to connect your causes to the things the public care about most, and move the needle on public attitudes.

Lunch will be provided on the day, and we are keen to make adjustments for access requirements in any way we can – please include these in the information below when you sign up, or get in touch at info@equallyours.org.uk to talk through these further.

There are 20 places available for each date, and priority will be given to staff and volunteers of small, London-based organisations working on poverty or inequality.

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