A new local training programme designed to give people the skills and confidence to run their first campaign.

We started developing Everyday Activism when demand for the Campaign Bootcamp residential training programme, grew dramatically in late 2015. Since then we’ve been doing lots of research, polling and testing and have found huge demand for local campaign training, along with a variety of barriers that stop people accessing what training already exists.

We’ve carefully designed Everyday Activism to break down these barriers. Including what we include in the training, and the way we deliver the training.

The programme includes:
- 18-24 hours of in-person training
- Campaign resources found both online and offline
- 2 months of coaching and support for group members

The programme is being tested in Yorkshire this year training at least 400 people.

As part of this programme we’re eager to work with people who currently feel excluded from decisions made about their lives. At the moment we’re looking to support people who don’t or can’t access existing campaign training from these groups:
- Refugees and migrants
- Mental health service users
- Working class parents

If you're interested in getting involved with the programme pop in your info below.

What you learn on Everyday Activism

Planning your campaign

How to plan a powerful campaign.

Researching your campaign

How to figure out who has the power to put things right, and how to persuade them.

Organising your campaign

How to work with other people to build a powerful campaign which makes real change happen.

Getting support for your campaign

How to get lots of people joining your campaign, and stay involved.

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