You're invited to Power Shift 2019!
150 students from across the UK and Europe will come together to understand social injustices and join the dots between them. Together, we’ll imagine the future we want to live in and leave confident to go about building it through campaigns on our campuses and in our communities. We’ll build networks and link up our campaigns to maximise the impact of our student movement. Through expert trainings, we will develop the skills to campaign and win: campaign strategy, action planning, grassroots organising, building sustainable groups, media and communications, and so much more.
Booking is open now. Grab your early bird tickets for a reduced rate: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/power-shift-training-for-change-2019-tick...
Students often attend Power Shift with financial help from their Students' Union. Check out our guide on how to fundraise your ticket and/or travel to the event.
Over the 5 days of this participatory training you will:
- Organise to win! Get the tools you need to channel your passion to fight injustice.
- Join a network of student organisers! Get to know and learn from some of the most inspiring student organisers across Europe.
- Explore the root causes of local and global injustice! It’s only by tackling the root cause of an issue that we will create lasting change.
- Shape national campaigns! Feed into our national campaign strategy for our Sweatshop Free and Undoing Borders.
- COST: £42 (including food for 5 days) and only if you’re an Early Bird and get your ticket by Monday 3 June, after that it’s £50.
- ACCOMMODATION: bring a tent, sleeping bag, yoga mat and anything else you need to feel comfortable! If you want to apply for dorm space, please write to us at email@example.com.
- ACCESS: the site is accessible, and we will seek to make reasonable adjustments for anyone who has concerns about site access. To discuss this in more detail, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event has been funded with support from the European Commission. This event reflects the views only of the organiser, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.