Have you ever wondered what to do about radical inequalities, social investments forgone and what you can do about it?
What do previous campaigns have to say about today’s issues and challenges on issues such as tax avoidance, international finance and debt repayments for the poor in the world?
How this is routinely done ‘legally’ and ‘officially’?
In a mid-morning workshop on Saturday 15 February in conjunction with the Comhlamh Trade Justice Group and Common Ground Bray, and for anyone with a general interest in financial justice issues, join Tony Daly and Colm Regan of 80:20 in designing and co-producing a series of creative responses to these realities (participative design thinking, advocacy, taking on marketing and ‘spin’. YES!).
This workshop is suitable for youth leaders, teachers, community activists, youth workers, community economics advocates, Fairtrade supporters, the creative arts and anyone with an interest in tackling radical inequalities.
Register for the event to book your place (free). (please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements – refreshments are included)
Time: 10:30am – 14:00
Location: Common Ground, Bray, Beverly Studios, Church Terrace, Bray, Ireland A98 P3V2 (maps)
- For more information about this collaborative community project see the project page, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- This project is part of the EU-wide initiative Citizens for Financial Justice and is co-financed by the European Union and Irish Aid with the aim to support the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by mobilising EU citizens to support effective financing for development (FfD).