NASCO Action Camp

Starting Date: 08-10-2008
Starting Time: 4:00pm
Ending Date: 08-15-2008

Circle Pines Center
8650 Mullen Road
Delton, Michigan 49046
United States
Put on by the North American Students of Cooperation (NASCO), Action Camp is a week-long training program for leaders in democratically-run communities such as student organizations, housing cooperatives, and consumer or worker cooperatives.

Experienced trainers utilize popular education and Theatre of the Oppressed techniques to facilitate interactive problem-solving. Action Camp is limited to 30 participants, which creates a trusting environment for people to strategize around topics such as:

+Effective member education on issues related to safe spaces, sexual assault, accessibility, mental health, class issues, and diversity
+Accessible recruitment and retention of members and leaders
+Building more inclusive cultures within our organizations
+Inter-personal dynamics

By networking and sharing with leaders who represent democratically-run communities from campuses across the country, participants leave Action Camp with tools to challenge racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, ableism, & other dimensions of oppression in their communities and themselves.

$375 ($350 for members) includes lodging, meals, professional training for five days.
Geographical Scope: International

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