WHAT: Advocacy 101: A Skills Building Workshop
WHEN: Tuesday, November 15 5-7PM
WHERE: UCLA School of Public Health 33-105A (see below for directions)
Led by Julie Elginer Ph.D.
Do you have questions about what advocacy really is and what it entails? Do you want to put advocacy theory into practice?
This workshop is for aspiring change-°©-makers who are looking to build basic and practical skills in advocacy. We will discuss government structure, help identify decision-°©-makers at the local, state, and federal levels, and review other nitty-°©- gritty how-°©-to information on real life advocacy.
Join us and learn how to turn your thoughts into ACTION!
Participants LOVED the workshop last year!
“Incredibly enlightening and highly useful” “I highly recommend it”
“I came away with a renewed passion for helping those around me and more tools to actually affect change”
Stick around for Questions and Global Health Review Advocacy Group meeting after the event!
For more information, please contact Kathy Yi, firstname.lastname@example.org
To get there from the School of Public Affairs, go down Charles E. Young toward Westwood until you reach Tiverton (the Botanical Gardens are there on your left). Turn Left on Tiverton, and then you will see a bunch of bike racks. Between the bike racks is a path you can turn right on and you will see a sign for David Geffen School of Medicine. Walk through the double doors into the foyer. Turn right to the elevators and stairs; the lecture hall is on the corner on the third floor, 33-105.