Online to Offline Organising Training
Start: Tuesday, June 30, 2020• 9:00 AM • Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney (GMT+10:00)
End: Wednesday, July 01, 2020• 2:00 PM • Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney (GMT+10:00)
Reveille and United For Respect are pleased to offer Australian progressive campaigners a unique opportunity to collaboratively learn online to offline organising, specifically tailored for these times.
About the program
This is a modified version of the UNITED for RESPECT Online to Offline war room trainings we have been running for the past two years, with great participant engagement and satisfaction.
Participants will learn about online to offline organising, campaign strategies and methodology. Participants will be assisted in direct application of knowledge and ideas to their own plans and projects.
The training will be run by Madeleine Holme and Kristyn Crossfield from Reveille Strategy and will include a recorded session with United For Respect Co-Director Dan Schlademan.
The training will also cover the following:
- The online to offline organising methodology developed by the United For Respect campaign
- Online organising tools, technologies and platforms
- Best practice using Facebook as an organising tool
- Member leadership in online to offline organising
- Case studies from the US and Australia in online to offline organising
The training is capped at 15 participants.
Cost: $120 +GST per participant. (Note - the standard Online to Offline training usually costs $1,200)
Dates and Times:
The program will run from 9am to 2pm on Tuesday the 30th of June and Wednesday the 1st of July via Zoom.
About UNITED for RESPECT
UNITED for RESPECT has evolved out of the OUR Walmart organisation, who pioneered Online to Offline organising techniques as the principle method of organising Walmart workers. The success of their methodology, has meant they have expanded their scope of work significantly over the past two years, to include assisting workers across the US organise and take effective action in multiple states and employers, including the recent surge in action from Amazon workers.
United For Respect continuously evolve processes, utilising new technology tools as they emerge, and building their own then there aren't any available. They focus heavily on peer-to-peer networking and worker to worker mobilisation.
For more information, please register your interest using this form or contact Kristyn Crossfield on 0425 275 860 or firstname.lastname@example.org.