What is ‘Community Organising’?
communities work together, the possibilities for positive change are endless.
Community organising is the work of bringing people together to take action
around their common concerns and overcome social injustice. Community
organisers reach out and listen, connect and motivate people to build their
collective power. When people are organised, communities get heard and power
begins to shift creating real change for good
This interactive, quality-assured course will help you to develop the skills and confidence to start listening to people to build relationships and activate people as part of a community organising strategy. Listening to people is the foundation of community organising because it builds trust and relationships, uncovers issues and is an essential starting point for bringing people together to share stories, ideas and action.
is taking place on Friday 22nd November from 9.30am – 5pm at Beech
Hill Memorial Hall, Berkshire, RG7 2BE. To reserve your place please click
interactive, quality-assured community organising course you will build on your
knowledge and explore:
- ‘relational’ listening and its importance in community organising
- How to plan a listening campaign to kick-start your organising work
- Practical listening tools you can use to engage people, build relationships and find leaders
- How asking powerful questions helps people to tell their stories
- How community organisers reflect to improve their work
“The listening exercise made me reflect on how I have been listening to others and sometimes not hearing them.”
People that have attended Community Organisers Ltd courses have gone on to achieve great things and make a real difference to their community. To read some case studies and get a better idea of what YOU could help achieve please click here: https://www.corganisers.org.uk/what-is-community-organising/stories/