Sustaining Activism

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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31 January 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Activist Wellbeing Retreat

5pm Friday 17 – 3pm Sunday 19 March at Rocklyn Yoga Ashram, Daylesford, Victoria. Join us for the first retreat of this kind, specially crafted for activists. This retreat will: Provide space outside of everyday life for activists to relax and reflect Help activists connect with their whole selves, be in their bodies and aware […]

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09 December 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Campaigners’ Working Rights

Do progressive organisations have a responsibility to live their values in their workplaces? Can campaigning organisations demand progressive change without demonstrating that we adhere to its basic values – treating people with dignity, people having the right to be involved in decisions that affect them, acting together in our collective interests? Clare Ozich from Australian […]

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25 April 2016 ~ 0 Comments

MCN: Sustaining Activism

MCN: Sustaining Activism

A relaxing session that will share new ideas and tools for activist wellbeing. Holly Hammond (Plan to Win and Plan to Thrive) recently travelled to the UK and Spain for a research trip about activist health and wellbeing. Her trip included: Participating in Sustaining Our Activism: Building Resilient Communities – a week long residential retreat […]

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10 May 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Happy Birthday PTT!

Woot! Plan to Win’s sibling project Plan to Thrive is one year old. Plan to Thrive is a shared blog with multiple contributors, convened by Holly Hammond (Director of PTW) and Helen Cox. In the first year 42 posts on the topic of activist health and wellbeing have been shared. Plan to Thrive started out […]

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21 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

CANCELLED: Kick off 2014 with Melbourne Campaigners!

CANCELLED I’m sorry to say that we’ve decided to cancel Sunday’s events for the health and safety of us all! It’s expected the weather will be over 40 degrees and that seems incompatible with picnicking or setting healthy goals.  We’re looking at options for rescheduling and will let you know ASAP.  Extreme weather is becoming […]

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30 April 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Plan to Thrive!

Plan to Win has launched a new project to promote the health and wellbeing of activists – Plan to Thrive. Plan to Thrive is a multi-author blog featuring articles, interviews, reviews and tips from contributors around the world.   The first content on the blog is a taste of what’s to come: An interview with […]

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21 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Self Care for Political Warfare

Personal Goal-Setting for Activists My January so far has been all about goals and new year’s resolutions. I’ve started my own new regime for getting healthy and building resilience for another big year. I’m also supporting a number of folks to get clearer about their goals and intentions for 2013 through mentoring sessions. I’ve been […]

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14 January 2013 ~ 3 Comments

Healthy Activism

Activists face a lot of pressures that get in the way of living healthy balanced lives. When we’re focused on righting wrongs and winning change in the world our bodies and happiness can seem pretty low on the list of priorities. It’s seldom an overt decision: I hereby decide to eat poorly, skip exercise, and […]

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07 December 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Coming Down From Stress

Tips for Activists on Holiday Have you slogged your guts out all year? Just about ready to collapse? Here are some tips for getting the most out of your break. If taking leave isn’t an option for you, many of these are relevant for weekends or any captured moment for potential relaxation. Give yourself permission […]

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