Anger To Action – Social Action Leadership Training for Young People

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When:
11th January 2019 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Where:
Stantonbury Campus
Stantonbury
Milton Keynes MK14 6BN
Contact:
Tom Bulman
7962838685

This 10-week course will take young people aged 16-18 who are angry about a social injustice through a process of buiding relational power to win a change.

Following an initial, intensive one-day training on 11th January, learners will attend ten short workshops to:  plan and carry out a listening campaign, prioritise issues, create SMART campaign goals, talk to power-holders, act on power-holders, and evaluate openly what has been won and how it was done.

The workshops will take place on Wednesdays.  Students will attend either 8.15-8.55am at The Radcliffe School or 3.30-4.30pm at Stantonbury International campus

The course will end with a Graduation & Learning Exchange event on Saturday 16th March, 9.30am-12pm.

Learners must be angry, curious, disciplined and dedicated to complete the course, which is delivered and certified by Citizens:mk and will provide strong evidence (in CVs and UCAS appllications) of commitment to volunteering and competence in community leadership.

Click here to book a place.

This course is funded by MK Community Foundation.

16 young people aged 16-20 will join the SALT Training programme, which will include:

  • 6 hours training workshop
  • 10 hours in-school further training: 10 x 1-hour workshops
  • 20 hours campaign activity
  • 3 hours Graduation event.

Young people will determine their own campaign agenda after organising a listening campaign within their school or local community. Their SMART campaign goals, based on the concepts (power and self-interest) and tools (power analysis, 121, stick person) taught in the One-Day Training, will address issues of local social injustice.

Participants will meet members of Citizens:mk Leadership Group, who have followers in various faith and ethnic communities. These leaders will model the reality that community leadership is for anyone with anger about a local social injustice (area or MK-wide) and drive to make a change by developing leadership skills – regardless of cultural location or background.

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