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IWJ’s Organizing for Worker Justice Training

IWJ’s Organizing for Worker Justice Training

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Save the Date for IWJ's Organizing for Worker Justice Training!
Dates: October 3-7, 2010

Are you a...
• board member, leader, or volunteer of an interfaith organization?
• organizer with a faith-based organization or workers center?
• religious or community outreach staff of a union?

Do you want to...
• understand religious and labor structures?
• learn how to strengthen partnerships between religious and labor leaders?
• understand the fundamentals of Direct Action Organizing?
• design creative interfaith actions?
• develop strategies for building your organization?
• develop effective fundraising strategies?
• frame the message about religious values and workers' rights to the media?

If you answered YES to any of these statements, THIS TRAINING IS FOR YOU! Registration information coming soon...


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