A MULTI-FAITH NETWORK
COMMITTED TO ACTION
ON CLIMATE CHANGE

Brisbane skills workshop 2016 Oct

Community organising skills workshop

How do you handle those awkward conversations about climate change? How do you effectively communicate the threats without eliciting a defensive reaction? How can you inspire people about the solutions? How can you organise your community for action?

The focus of this workshop is twofold, following requests after last year’s ARRCC workshop in Brisbane. We invite you to further develop your skills in (1) communicating the message, and (2) deepening your community’s engagement, confidence and energy in the challenges climate change presents.

BONUS: Connect with other people of faith with a similar deep desire for a safer, fairer climate future!

When: Saturday, 1 October, 10 am – 4.30 pm

Where: Centre for Interfaith & Cultural Dialogue, Griffith University, 170 Kessels Rd, Nathan 4111.

We encourage you to keep your carbon footprint down by using public transport. To plan your travel use Translink. Click here for location. Detailed directions are here.

Facilitators: Gill King and Thea Ormerod

There will be a donation process on the day (not compulsory). The suggested donation is $20, or concession rate $10 which includes lunch & light refreshments.

RSVP essential by 28th September. Places are limited.

RSVP from the website or send email to info@arrcc.org.au to book your reservation!

 

Gill King

Thea Ormerod

WHEN
October 01, 2016 at 10am - 4:30pm
WHERE
Centre for Interfaith & Cultural Dialogue, Griffith University
170 Kessels Rd
Nathan, QLD 4111
Australia
CONTACT
ARRCC
0291509713