Join SCCAN Story Weaver Paul Bristow for a practical day of finding, writing, telling and recording your stories of climate action.
Thanks to funding from ECOLISE European Day of Sustainable Communities, we are running this one day workshop twice, provided free to members on 15th September or 22nd September. The workshop will help you understand how to tell your climate action story effectively to create interest and inspire change. The session will be run via zoom from 9.30am – 4pm. There will be opportunities for group discussion, one to one support with writing and recording, and time away from the screen for personal reflection and activity. Places are limited and must be booked by Tuesday 8th September to allow us to send you some preparatory information.
Each workshop will help you understand how to tell your Climate Action story effectively – creating interest and inspiring change. The day includes group discussions, one to one support with writing and recording + time away from the screen for personal reflection / activity.
Places are limited. Book by Tues 8 Sept via this link: https://15septstories4change.eventbrite.co.uk.
Alternative date: 9.30-4pm Tuesday 22 September – book via https://22septstories4change.eventbrite.co.uk
Same material each day – choose which date suits you.
Book early so we can send you a Lavalier lapel mic before the session – to improve quality of recording of your stories on your phone, tablet or computer. On registration we also ask whether you or your local group are a member of SCCAN – Scottish Communities Climate Action Network – and whether you’d like to join?
We hope some will allow us to use your stories in podcasts focussing on the sessions. NB. Online link to be sent to all who register two days and again two hours before the event.
These two workshops are to mark the European Day of Sustainable Communities on 19th September. We are grateful for support for these workshops from the day’s organisers: ECOLISE – the European network for community-led initiatives on climate change and sustainability.