Have you been thinking about attending to a Tools for Change workshop, but (for whatever reason) haven’t had the opportunity to make it out?
Well, this article from regular Tools for Change attendee Farah Montani might be just the inspiration you need to attend our next skill building workshop.
I first started volunteering with Greenpeace in the Toronto area in late 2014 and one of the many things that I jumped on pretty quickly was the Toronto-based workshops that they sponsor and help organize through Tools for Change (TFC).
As described on the TFC website, “Tools for Change helps you develop skills to champion social, economic, and environmental justice.” And let me tell you, from my experiences, this is no exaggeration. With workshops ranging from “Campaign Planning 101” to “Graphic Design Fundamentals” to “Knowing your Legal Rights”, there are an array of workshops that cater to the younglings and veterans in the activist community.
For those who are skeptical, here are three reasons why you should take advantage of these local training opportunities: …Continue Reading
Farah Motani is an active Greenpeace volunteer, coordinating outreach in the Greater Toronto Area, getting Greenpeace campaigns to more local community events. Learn more about Greenpeace at www.greenpeace.org.