Healing Resistance with Kazu Haga
In this one hour Q&A, Kazu Haga will discuss how we can shake up our approach to organising to create radical change.
We live in times of uncertainty and uprising. So how do people engaged in challenging, and demanding change work transform and heal our communities, countries and world? In this one hour Q&A, Kazu Haga will discuss how we can shake up our approach to organising to create radical change. Spoiler alert: this is about taking action.
This webinar will be AUSLAN interpreted and live captioned.
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When: Tuesday March 28 at 6 PM (AEDT)
About the speaker
Kazu Haga is the founder of the East Point Peace Academy, a core member of the Ahimsa Collective and the Fierce Vulnerability Network and author of Healing Resistance: A Radically Different Response to Harm. He is a practitioner, trainer and teacher of nonviolence, restorative justice, organizing and mindfulness and works with incarcerated people, youth, and activists from around the country.
He has over 20 years of experience in nonviolence and social change work, and has been an active trainer since 2000. He resides in Oakland, CA.
About the session
Co-facilitated by Māori and Irish community organiser, writer, youth worker and campaigner Laura O’Connell Rapira (they/them/ia) in this 1-hour session Kazu Haga will share practical ways to build stronger movements that heal the world.