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Speaker Series

A series of online workshops for young activists, organisers, changemakers and movement builders.


This Speaker Series is a series of online workshops featuring international experts in campaigning and advocacy. Designed to support young activists, organisers, changemakers and movement builders, this series aims to develop stronger cross-movement networks, and to help activists become more effective organisers – in order to create systems change collectively. 

What to expect: 

  • 1-2 hour sessions with experts from across the world.
  • An interactive workshop or facilitated discussion space following the webinar that will help deepen your understanding by putting the learnings into practice.

Upcoming events

To be announced.

Previous talks

Storytelling for Social Change

Are you interested in learning about storytelling that can change the world? Somali writer, educator, and community organiser Jamila Osman, shares a workshop on the power of media and storytelling to build movements and drive social change. The session was hosted by Laniyuk, a Larrakia, Kungarakan, Gurindji and French writer and performer of poetry, fiction and short memoir.

Healing Resistance with Kazu Haga

We live in times of uncertainty and uprising. So how do people engage in challenging, and demanding change work to 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. 

Building Solidarity through Mutual Aid

Mutual aid has long been used by communities across the globe to shift power to people under oppressive systems that are failing to meet community needs. In this 90 minute discussion, community organiser Idil Ali will lead a conversation about the impact of mutual aid in social change work, building community solidarity and connection and deepening our commitment to each other.