In April, we published the culmination of our research into how to build public support for our vision and approach for the future of social care. We want to support as many of you as possible to put this approach to communications and these insights into practice. So, working again with our expert partners Equally Ours, we’ve designed some workshops and will start running them from late September.
These practical two-part online workshops will begin by equipping communicators and campaigners with the knowledge and skills to use strategic communications and framing as a lever for social change. Based on the insights from #SocialCareFuture’s research, participants will then have the opportunity to work on their own framing and messaging. Please ensure that you can attend both parts:
Part 1: Tues 5th October, 10-12
Part 2: Thurs 7th October 10-12
There will be between 15-20 places available. If demand is high we will run more later in the year.
We are asking organisations to pay a minimum of £100 per place at these workshops. This allows us to cover the cost of their development, administration, and delivery, and to cross-subsidise some places for people who do not belong to organisations and who might be unable to afford to attend. You will be invoiced by Equally Ours once we have received your booking. If your organisation is able to contribute more than £100, this would be welcome, as it will support the work of #SocialCareFuture, which is volunteer-led and has no core funding. If so, please use the booking form but also email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can invoice your organisation accordingly.
If you would like to attend, but are unable to pay, please email email@example.com We welcome everyone’s participation and will try and offer some free places at each session if our finances allow.
To book a place, please register using the booking form below:
If you are interested in booking an in-house workshop or session to talk about framing, our work on narrative change and your own narratives and messages, please email us to discuss firstname.lastname@example.org