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Conflict Management Center Workshop- Outreach and Communications Skills for Advocacy and Social Movements

204 Maxwell Hall

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Outreach and Communications Skills for Advocacy and Social Movements
All successful movements require strong outreach, communications strategies, and implementation. This workshop will focus on building skills to effectively communicate through a range of channels, including social media, email and websites, and the mainstream media. In this interactive workshop participants will learn about and practice these skills through role playing and other interactive learning exercises. Whether a  newcomer or veteran to social action, this workshop will be valuable to all.

Andy Mager and Lindsay Speer of RiseUp for Social Action will facilitate the workshop. Andy is the coordinator of RiseUp and has been organizing for social justice, environmental protection and peace in Central New York for many years. Lindsay Speer has over 10 years of experience in outreach and using media to build a base and advance issues of environmental justice, indigenous rights, and energy policy.

Breakfast will be served! The workshop is FREE and open to all but registration is required. To register, please send an email to Let us know what academic department/community organization you are with, if you have any dietary restrictions, and/or require special accommodations.  

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