How do we make change on the issues that matter to us? Who is on our side, and who do we need to convince?

How do we make change on the issues that matter to us? Who is on our side, and who do we need to convince? How does the system work, and how can we make it work for us, if we’re marginalised in society?

Rosie and Ishah from Campaign Bootcamp’s brand new ‘Everyday Activism’ project take you through two hours of a practical and experiential introduction to starting campaigning on issues that matter to you.

Complete beginners as well as seasoned activists are all welcome – as long as you can think of an issue that you experience that you want to tackle! The workshop is discussion based, and all are welcome. Refugees, asylum seekers and migrants, working class parents, and people experiencing mental health related issues are especially encouraged to bring their thoughts, and our approach will centre marginalised peoples’ voices throughout the training workshop.

* This event is happening in partnership with Our Mel (https://ourmel.org.uk/), as part of Sheffield Melanin Fest 2017 for Black History Month. It is open to people of all backgrounds, and we hope all attendees are respectful of the need for people whose voices are often most marginalised in politics to have space to speak freely in a supportive environment. *

This session will be delivered in English, but people who wish to contact us about providing interpreters or other additional support are encouraged to get in touch to see if we can provide any support on [email protected] or [email protected]

Please note location to be announced soon!