The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre Community Engagement Team is working with communities across Victoria to share tools that re-frame the national conversation and shift attitudes about the rights of people seeking asylum. The workshop is offered to all, and will take place at the Mgr Peter Jeffrey Hall behind St Brendan’s Church, Shepparton, on Saturday 8 October 2016.
The ASRC Community Engagement Team is working with communities across Victoria to share tools that reframe the national conversation and shift attitudes about the rights of people seeking asylum. Over the next 12 months the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre is rolling out a national campaign, starting in Victoria, that is about re-framing the way Australia talks about people seeking asylum.
Join us for a day of strategy, collaboration and action including:
- Using the findings of the ‘Words that Work’ research project
- Persuasive conversation models and troubleshooting
- Inclusive practice for people with and without lived experience
- Power mapping of local media, MPs and influencers
- Exploring strategies and theories of change
These workshops are for those who want to take action and will involve working with others in their local area to achieve a sustainable change in community attitudes.
Program: ON TRACK workshop by the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
When: Saturday, 8 October 2016
Time: 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Where Monsignor Peter Jeffrey Centre, St Brendan’s Church, 121 Knight St, Shepparton
Register: Online at Eventbrite
More Information: ASRC Community Engagement Team 03 9326 6066 E email@example.com
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