Expressions of Interest Leadership Organising Program - Australian Fabians

Expressions of Interest Leadership Organising Program

Expressions of Interest are now invited from any members and supporters of Australian Fabians to participate in training during 2023 by completing the short form below at the very end of this page. During 2023 Australian Fabians will deliver Leadership Organising and Action training based work of Professor Marshall Ganz at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. The short video below outlines some of the key concepts and practical uses that have been applied by unions, progressive political parties, environmental and other civil society organisations. This link will take you to a summary of the Ganz training generated in 500 words by the artificial intelligence software ChatGPT. The March course will be run from Friday March 10 (3:00pm to 8:00pm AEDT) for five sessions on the following Mondays and Fridays. This course will be online and free those selected under our Equity & Diversity Leadership & Organising Training Program. There will be other courses run during 2023. You may express interest in the March or future courses. Any member or supporter is welcome to lodge an expression of interest. Women and others on low incomes, First Nations Australians, young people, those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities and members of our LGBTIQAO+ community are particularly encouraged to express interest. Training later in 2023 will be provided free to members and for supporters selected under our Equity and Diversity Leadership Organising Program (towards which donations are welcome here). Non-member supporters are welcome to express interest and will be considered, but a small fee shall apply determined primarily on means. If you or an organisation of which you are a part are interested to participate in the course at cost, or if you have any questions, please email philip.o'[email protected] 

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