Dates & Location
8th March: Aston Room 1, Methodist Central Hall, Oldham Street, Manchester, M1 1JQ
27th March: The Common House, Unit 5E, Punderson’s Gardens, London, E2 9QG
Sustaining Ourselves: Building Resilient Communities
Being involved in campaigns and taking action on issues of social and environmental justice can be immensely rewarding. There can also be enormous challenges in consistently facing and seeking to transform society, which take their toll on us – impacting our relationships, our mental, physical and emotional well-being and the effectiveness of our work.
This workshop will provide an opportunity to get away from the day to day and take stock. We’ll explore some strategies and practices that can support well-being and ways of working and organising together that can help our groups and communities to thrive.
This workshop is for people working for social and environmental justice, whether you call yourself an activist or campaigner or not, paid or unpaid.
Kathryn experienced burnout 12 years ago and is passionate about supporting others to develop healthy practices to avoid burnout and to create resilient and effective groups and organisations.
Suggested donation £5- £10. If that’s too much, please come anyway.
Book your place: Email firstname.lastname@example.org and briefly tell us why you’re interested in participating. There are limited places, so get in touch soon.
The venue is wheelchair accessible. If you have other access needs please let us know and we’ll do our best to make the workshop accessible to you.
Timing: Please arrive at 6.45pm for a prompt 7pm start. The workshop will end at 9.15pm.