Want to turn your ideas into actions?... Join us for a day of creative, community action training!
We're living in times of a climate and ecological crisis. Between increasing natural disasters, native forest logging and gas expansions (to name just a few) there is so much to do. Friends of the Earth is campaigning for solutions that benefit community, climate, and environment.
Join Friends of the Earth for a day of creative, community-action training and get skilled up to run effective grassroots campaigns.
Now is the time to turn ideas into actions... We all need to step up and get sh*t done.
Get Shit Done is about training community so that they can take autonomous action and achieve success.
The day’s training will include:
- How Friends of the Earth gets sh*t done
- Roles in community action planning
- Setting goals and expectations for your action
- How to get media traction for your action
- We will then challenge you to start planning your own actions!
Delicious vegetarian lunch, snacks and refreshments will be provided through Ceres catering. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.
This event is free! However, we encourage you to become a member today so we can keep on sharing skills and building the movement.
Covid safety: We ask all attendees to be vaccinated or have a medial exemption. Please bring a mask and wear it whenever appropriate. We have booked a large room and have capped the event to ensure space for physical distancing. We will aim to have as much ventilation as possible. Spare masks and hand sanitiser will be available. If you are unwell, please stay home and let us know if you are no longer able to attend.
Accessibility: CERES has universal access available to the Van Raay Meeting Rooms.
There are double glass doors that can be both opened up to accommodate a wheelchair.
The pathway to get to the Van Raay Meeting Rooms is also universally accessible, however, please note that there are some parts of the path that have been laid with topping and not compacted, eg: some parts of the path are not concrete paved.
The path has a gentle decline to get to the rooms, and a gentle incline to get back to the top of the park.
There is an accessible toilet as well, located next door to the meeting rooms.
We hope to make this event as accessible as possible. If there is a way we can make this event more accessible for you, please let us know.