The Story Center in Berkeley California is hosting a free webinar opportunity to learn more about using storytelling as a tool for social change and advocacy.

24 May 2017, 10am PST/6pm GMT

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Clarifying what kinds of digital stories can be most effective at community, institutional, and policy levels
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Since 1993, StoryCenter has collaborated with individuals, grassroots groups, and organizations to centralize first-person stories in social change efforts. Recognizing that the current social and political reality in the United States demands ever-more creative approaches to advocacy, we’re excited to be offering this new webinar.

During the one-hour free session, we talk about what “advocacy” really means, with an eye towards clarifying what kinds of digital stories can be most effective at community, institutional, and policy levels. We will then highlight research on the role that sharing and listening to personal stories can play in advocacy and present case study examples of how we and our partners at the Women’s Policy Institute and the Hepatitis B Foundation are positioned digital storytelling as a key advocacy strategy.

Register now to reserve your spot, and please feel free to circulate this information widely to your networks.

Scheduled for Wednesday May 24, 2017, at 10 am Pacific / 1 pm Eastern.

Note: this is a beginning level webinar, appropriate for organizations considering the use of digital storytelling as an advocacy tool, as well as for individuals who are searching for ways to express their personal views and concerns.

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