How to build a movement in a digital age
In partnership with CamBuildr, your software to mobilize people, build a movement and win campaigns.
Made in Europe.
This hybrid workshop is great for professionals seeking to build and nurture a community around their cause by leveraging digital tools and technology.
(NB: places are limited, please RSVP by filling in the form below)
Think about the last movement that has inspired you to take action by signing a petition, joining a protest or volunteering. It was maybe related with the fight against climate change world-wide, or maybe related with the women's rights struggle in your country.
Now, think again: what made you tick? What is, in other words, the secret to persuade people to join your cause?
This workshop is intended for campaign, communication and public affairs professionals who are looking for applying best practices from successful movements in their daily work.
You will learn:
- what makes movements successful at inspiring people to take action
- the strategies to build action-driven communities by using digital tools.
- implement the technology behind the most successful campaigns.
- What: how to build movements in a digital age
- When: Thursday, 25 November 2021, from 1.30 to 3pm, CET (Brussels time)
- Where: Online and WeWork, Rue du Commerce 31, 1000, Brussels
Speakers confirmed (more tba soon):
- Lukas Holter, Managing Director for Politics from the Campaigning Bureau.
- Christoph Schleifer, Founder of CamBuildr, a software for community organising.
- Nadia Oleszczuk, activist & a founding member of Consultative Council of Strajk Kobiet (All-Poland Women’s Strike), the women’s rights movement in Poland
- Participants: campaign, communication and public affairs professionals in Europe
- Organised by:
- The European campaign playbook, a volunteer-driven community of pro-European campaign professionals.
- In partnership with our monthly networking sponsor, CamBuildr, your software to mobilize people, build a movement and win campaigns. Made in Europe.
Rue du Commerce 31
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