Join youth activists from around the Washington, DC and Maryland area for a day of training on Saturday, April 13th 2013. This training, sponsored by Amnesty International USA, will prepare students to become more effective leaders in the fight for global human rights.
This training will enable youth activists to:
- Develop skills for recruiting, activating, and engaging people to fight injustice and promote human rights
- Learn how to retain members, develop leadership, and sustain groups
- Sharpen tools for planning effective strategies and actions to maximize human rights impact
- Learn more about Amnesty's core issues and campaigns
Activist will also spend the day developing their own human rights network by:
- Connecting with other youth leaders
- Developing tools for starting and sustaining new groups
The training is free and will be held at the AIUSA office on 600 Pennsylvania Avenue SE Washington DC 20003. The day begins at 9:00am with breakfast, and ends at 5pm. Registration is required for attendance. Breakfast, lunch, and drinks will be provided. If you have any questions about this event, you can contact Julie Southwell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202. 509 8141.
This training is open to all who are interested in fighting injustice and promoting human rights.
Register now here: http://bit.ly/DCMDTrains
* Please note the location is at 600 Pennysylvania Ave SE, not the American Association for the Advancement of Science on NY Ave.