The People’s Republic of Stokes Croft announces 15 days of “workshops to change the world” as part of its School of Activism 2.0 this April.
The School of Activism 2.0 will run from April 3rd to April 18th and will consist of workshops, events and activities led by experienced activists, artists and academics.
Lisa Furness, School of Activism coordinator said the event is ‘designed to enable the people of Bristol and beyond to gain skills, confidence and practical tools to address the issues that concern them, whether that be campaigning for greater equality or fighting against land injustice’.
‘Regardless of age, background, ethnicity or income everyone can be a change-maker.‘
Speakers and workshop leaders already confirmed include Lawrence Hoo, Colin Moody, Pete the Temp, Michael Barnes-Wynters, Nick Hayes and Richard Jones, Adblock, Acorn, the IWW, the Bristol Radical History Group, Digital Witness, and Invented Futures.
The first School of Activism was held in April 2019. However, the pandemic meant that the second School of Activism, planned for April 2020, had to be cancelled.
Events at the School are pay-as-you-can to ensure that anyone can attend.
More information on the School of Activism 2.0 can be found on the PRSC website.
Tickets for events are available through Headfirst Bristol