Take One Action Film Festival: LASTING CHANGE WORKSHOP

Saturday 16th September 2017
11am - 1pm

A PERSONAL & POLITICAL INQUIRY INTO CHANGE-MAKING IN SCOTLAND.

In the last ten years we’ve seen profound developments of “people power” in pursuit of a fairer and more sustainable society more sustainable society, from the Arab Spring to community empowerment legislation in Scotland. Alongside these has come a renewed societal focus on personal integrity and wellbeing.

So how are our own lives and behaviours changing with the times? Where could “people power” go in the next ten years? And which emerging approaches – from workplace culture to grassroots activism – can we personally and collectively build on?

Join Take One Action and friends for this participant-led reimagining of the rules of engagement. With special guests including Andy Wightman MSP and Nick Wilding (Scottish Government).

The future is in our hands.

TO BOOK PLEASE EMAIL: campaigning@takeoneaction.org.uk

Please state your name, email, nearest town/city; which organisation you are part of (if relevant); what your interest is in this subject and answer the question:

Which personal, political or cultural shifts do you believe will be fundamental for social change makers in the next ten years?

The event forms part of this year’s 10th anniversary Take One Action Film Festival, running across venues in Edinburgh and Glasgow from 13-24 September. Full programme available via TOA online and facebook or download programme PDF.

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