10 April 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Organising to Win: Scaling Up & Stepping Up

From March to May Plan to Win is running the Organising to Win course. A maximum of 5 additional participants are invited to join the OTW cohort for the May workshop – sign up by 27 April. Organising is being increasingly embraced by many groups working for social and ecological justice. There is a growing recognition […]

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02 February 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Deep Democracy for Social Movements

9am-1pm, Wednesday 7 March 2018 60L Green Building, 60 Leicester St Carlton, Victoria.   Strong movements require effective communication and decision making! When our meetings don’t engage everyone, or people feel unheard, tensions can surface that undermine morale and sabotage the important changes we seek to make in the world. Developing collaboration skills can make a […]

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25 January 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Organising to Win

Organising to Win is a training course for organisers delivered over two weekend workshops and one midpoint evening session.  An accessible training course for organisers in a range of social movements. Organising to Win will equip you with foundational knowledge and skills and a supportive network. Organising is being increasingly embraced by many groups working for […]

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06 December 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Training Skills for Action Groups

9am-5pm, Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 February 2018 in Carlton, Victoria. A thorough grounding in training skills in a social movement context with a particular focus on tools and activities to help volunteer action groups really power. Teams of grassroots activists are crucial to scaling up people power and having impact in key campaigns. These […]

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21 November 2017 ~ 0 Comments

MCN: Big Organising with Becky Bond

Do you want to build people power to win? The big organising approach utilised in the Bernie Sanders campaign offers several valuable rules to scale up your efforts, empower members and supporters, and catch the fire of momentum. Becky Bond is co-author of Rules for Revolutionaries: How Big Organizing Can Change Everything. She served as […]

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19 November 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Save the dates! 2018 workshops

Here’s the public workshops Plan to Win has planned for the first half of 2018. In addition to public workshops, customised training is available for organisations, campaigns and alliances. We provide intensive training of trainers and can work with you to develop your own training programs and other capacity building projects. Plan to Win also […]

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19 September 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Winning Ideas

Short provocative sessions for strategists, campaigners and organisers. Does your team need some fresh ideas to inspire your campaigning, organising and movement building? These short taster sessions are designed to enliven team meetings, giving you new perspectives and frameworks to apply. Each session is a conversation guided by Holly Hammond, drawing on the source book […]

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18 September 2017 ~ 0 Comments

MCN: Critical Consciousness Building

How do we get woke and stay woke? This Melbourne Campaigners’ Network session looks at a key issue in organising: how do we become aware of oppression and motivated to do something about it, and how do we support others on the same path? Critical consciousness, or consciousness raising, is a practice for building analysis […]

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13 July 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Brisbane Action Group Training

This August Plan to Win presents Training for Action Group Trainers and collaborates with local trainers, organisers and campaigners to present the Brisbane Activist Skillshare. Participants at the 2016 Training for Activist Trainers. Training for Action Group Trainers Saturday 5th August, 9am-5pm GetUp office, 3/15 Lamington St Newfarm, Brisbane A one day workshop focused on […]

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05 June 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Decolonizing Solidarity Book Club

Decolonizing Solidarity: Dilemmas and Directions for Supporters of Indigenous Struggles is a book by Clare Land. The book is based on interviews with 24 Aboriginal community members and non-Aboriginal activists, and includes what the author has personally learned through her own activist work in southeastern Australia. ‘This book… addresses situations and ideas that few non-Aboriginal […]

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