Ongoing Facilitator Training - June 2021

  

OFT Agenda: Australian Democracy, MPEGs and Clean Energy

Outline: At this OFT we'll reflect and learn from recent Conversations, and also welcome two guest speakers to cover two important topics.
C4C's Volunteer MPEG Program Coordinator, Sue Dwyer will give us a run-down on the Australian democratic system and how best to influence it, and guest speakers from Bright Sparks will give us an update on the latest happenings in clean energy.

This is a great opportunity to bring your questions (and tricky questions Conversation guests ask) about clean energy and Australian politics.

About our guests:

Sue Dwyer | MP Engagement Group Coordinator
Sue joined Climate for Change as a facilitator and volunteer in October 2016. Her background is in writing, editing and teaching, and she has worked on several projects to inspire young people to action on climate. Sue is a passionate advocate of citizen democracy -  encouraging people to actively participate and demand climate action from our governments, and to make our world more sustainable and socially just. She instigated the MP engagement group program at C4C and is its current coordinator.

Bright Sparks is a group of clean energy professionals whose aim is to empower young people to deliver our clean energy future. Bright Sparks has four pillars: networking, visibility through communications and developing skills and leadership capabilities for young people in clean energy. C4C Facilitator, Emily Banks is a member of this group and made the introduction for this collaboration.

You can also book into other upcoming OFT's here!

WHEN
June 10, 2021 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
WHERE
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Melbourne, VIC
Australia
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CONTACT
Lisa Whiston · · 0403264365
20 RSVPS
Debbie Coffey

Will you come?


Aboriginal flag Torres Strait Islander flag

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of country throughout Australia, whose sovereignty was never ceded. We acknowledge that Indigenous peoples around the world are at the forefront of climate change, both in experiencing its effects and leading solutions for change. We pay our sincerest respects to all elders, past and present.