Are you looking to effectively mobilise and build community engagement in your campaigns? Are you passionately working for environmental protection and social justice and looking to broaden your knowledge and experience in campaign strategy and community organising?
If the answer is yes, we encourage you to apply for this intensive 6 month program that will give you the skills needed to strategise and build people power for social and environmental justice.
The Community Organising Fellowship is deepening campaign strategy and community organising skills and practices to create a national network of highly skilled and effective organisers. The Fellowship includes:
- An annual cohort of 25 organisers developing the core skills needed to confidently plan and implement winning campaigns
- Three experiential residential workshops 4-11 March (7 days), 7-12 June (5 days) and 6-11 September (5 days)
A curriculum that includes guest speakers, experiential exercises and a series of practical tasks to master a campaign strategy toolkit
- Mentoring and network support between workshops and
- An extensive collection of training materials shared online, with support to lead workshops in your community.
Join a growing network of effective organisers who together are strategising to harness people power in communities across Australia.
WE INVITE APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2020 FELLOWSHIP BETWEEN 1 AUGUST AND 30 SEPTEMBER.
Download the application form here: 2020-Fellowship-application-form We strongly encourage early expressions of interest and applications. Successful applicants and wait-listed applicants will be notified by early November.
We work to ensure cost is not a barrier to participation and negotiate fees on a case by case basis according to a sliding scale:
- Small grassroots groups and unaffiliated individuals – $3,000 per participant
- Small-medium sized NGOs (<$3M pa budget) – $4,000 to $7,000 per participant
- Large NGOs – $8,000 to $10,000 per participant
- Fully-funded scholarships for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants