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05 December 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Leadership Learning Intensive

Plan to Win invites social movement leaders to take a big leap forward in your development in 2019. Six participants will meet regularly to learn and grow together. Each participant will receive focused group and one-to-one coaching to: Reduce barriers to the effectiveness of your social change work Clarify direction on personal, organisational, campaign, and […]

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04 September 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Team Tune-ups & Campaign Wellbeing

Whether you’re working towards the Victorian state election, federal election (whenever that might be!), or your own crucial campaign timelines it’s important to invest in people to build power. Plan to Win has three offerings to help your team function well and focus on the challenges ahead: Team tune-up workshops (Half day) Campaign wellbeing workshops […]

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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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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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23 February 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Training for Activist Trainers

4pm Thursday 27th to 5pm Sunday 30th April at Save the Children office, 33 Lincoln Square South, Carlton. Register here by the 12th of April.  Plan to Win is offering an intensive 3.5 day train-the-trainer workshop for people keen to facilitate and educate in social movement contexts. The workshop will focus on developing skills to […]

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23 February 2016 ~ 1 Comment

Training as Organising

Holly Hammond and Karrina Nolan recently ran Training for Activist Trainers, a 2.5 day workshop focused on training skills for social movement contexts. During the workshop we talked about a continuum in training – from workshops which are participant driven without defined outcomes to those which explicitly aim to get people to a certain place […]

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15 October 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Introduction to Activist Training Skills

Introduction to Activist Training Skills

Over the next six month Plan to Win has a special focus on developing activist trainers. Trainers and facilitators play a vital role in social movements – helping people to gain the clarity and skills they need to make change in the world. This session is open to people who have experience both as activists […]

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23 September 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Calling activist trainers!

Trainers and facilitators play a vital role in social movements – helping people to gain the clarity and skills they need to make change in the world. Australia has a small and creative social movement support sector but it would be wonderful to see many more people step into this role! To address this Plan […]

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21 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

MCN: Better Activist Meetings

MCN: Better Activist Meetings

Do you spend a lot of your life in meetings? Or does it just feel like it?! Meetings are a big part of working collectively but too often… they suck. But with some preparation and a few simple techniques we can hold meetings that: get outcomes feel engaging bring in new people and new ideas […]

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30 January 2013 ~ 7 Comments

Better Activist Meetings

Do you spend a lot of your life in meetings? Or does it just feel like it?! Meetings are a big part of working collectively but too often… they suck. One of the things that motivated me to become an activist educator and facilitator was frustration with boring and unproductive meetings. Life’s too short and […]

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