Campaign Bootcamp Accepting Applications
Applications have just opened for the next Campaign Bootcamp training in April!
Bootcamp is a space where activists from across the UK – across identities, ages and experience – come together to learn from each other, strategise, gain new skills and find new allies.
The Bootcamp Residential is a week long campaign training programme that supports new activists to develop the confidence, tools and community they need to run effective campaigns that challenge injustice. This is followed by a year of further learning and community support. Packed full of workshops, great speakers, discussion groups and real life scenarios, you’ll learn what it takes to run effective campaigns and find your place in the movement.
The residential training dates are Sunday 21st April – Friday 26th April 2019 in an accessible venue in Epping Forest, just outside London. Campaign Bootcamp will take you on a journey through planning and running an effective campaign. If you’re fired up about creating positive change and want to learn how to run thoughtful and powerful campaigns, then Campaign Bootcamp is for you.
There’s a wide range of scholarships available for BAME/people of colour, migrants including refugees and asylum seekers, disabled activists, LGBTQ+ community, environmental campaigners and more. See all available scholarships here Bootcamp 2019
Once you’ve completed the training you’ll have access to the Bootcamp alumni community, extra events and support, as well as a learning buddy. Applications are open now and will close at 9 am on Tuesday 12th February. Start your application online by clicking here Application
For further information and support please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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