Adrian Whitehead, from the NAAS Valley Dam and Great Otway National Parks campaigns, addressing Students of Sustainability 2013 at the plenary themed “successes”
Every year the Australian Student Environment Network organises a Training Camp in January to help skill up various collective members for the year ahead, to network with other collectives and to plan for ASEN’s future.
For 2012 the ASEN Training Camp will run from January 20th – 25th and will be held on Wiradjuri Country at Caloola Farm in the ACT (about an hour from Canberra).
2012 also signifies the 40th anniversary of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra which we will be attending and supporting after Training Camp.
The 6 days will cover workshops and discussions around:
- Collective organising skills
- Theories of change
- Successful campaigns
- State and collective strategising
- and many more…
A full programme will be released once confirmed.
Registrations are now open!
Click HERE to register
For more information, please visit www.asen.org.autrainingcamp, visit our facebook event at https://www.facebook.com/events/249959571720519/ and/or email info@localhost/asen.org.au_inital_hacked_version_2014-05-02.
Can’t wait to see you there.
In love, rage and solidarity,The Training Camp Organising Collective
Plenty of people have registered so far, but due to some late promotion, we’ve decided to extend the registration deadline until Friday August 26th as to allow more people to get involved.
Even though the deadline has been extended, we encourage you to register as soon as possible so we can have a better idea of numbers for food and accommodation.
So please, head to the registration page to register before Friday August 26th.
Adelaide Activist Skillshare 2011 – ‘Artivism’: get your creative juices flowing for change
This years activist skillshare will be held at Longwood Camp which is set in the beautiful Adelaide Hills, only 30 minutes from the Adelaide CBD.
The event will run from 5pm, 2nd September (Friday) until 4pm, 4th September (Sunday).
The skillshare will offer interactive workshops and seminars including campaign strategy, Non-Violence Direct Action, creative activism, media engagement, power analysis, knowing your legal and activist rights, sustainable activism, practical artivism, team building activities, exclusive film screenings of incredible documentaries, guided night bush walks, a camp fire to keep you warm at night and of course an incredible mix of amazing people to learn and grow with (see program for more information).
The skillshare is open to anyone and everyone, so if you’re interested or just curious, head to www.adelaideskillshare.weebly.com for more information.
The event is being organised by:
Also being supported by: