The Green Institute, a non-profit organisation based in Australia, is grounded in the principles of ecology, social justice, democracy and non-violence. As part of its commitment to building the capacity of like-minded people, the institute is holding a two-day Green School on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 July at Fitzroy High School, Falconer Road, North Fitzroy.
Come along and participate in forums which cover topics including leadership and gender, climate change and transport and climate and post-growth economics. There will also be hands-on workshops designed to enhance your campaigning and communication skills.
If you’d like to know more, or if you would like to be part of the exciting weekend along with Adam Bandt, Richard di Natale, Paul Strangio, Helen Keleher and many others, see the full program of events for details.
I’ll catch you there.
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