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At all times in our lives, we can all learn something new. See Something, Say Something is an active bystander training workshop that's also a fundraiser for Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance (WAR). A 100% of the proceeds from this event will be donated to WAR. Held on Monday 22 June 2020 from 7pm to 9pm, get your TICKETS HERE to this Zoom Online Workshop. The link and instructions will be emailed to you the day before. Tickets are $50 with $25 for those on concessions (proof of concession required) and FREE to First Nations people.

This 2 hour interactive workshop will increase your skill and confidence to speak up and intervene when you witness actions or derogatory and discriminatory attitudes before your eyes. Learn strategies and tips in the way you respond, and amass the tools to stay calm. There'll be opportunities to practice in a supportive environment. Your trainer Kiri Bear is a professional SJW (social justice warrior) trainer with 15 years of experience delivering active bystander training in a range of organisations for the last five years. She's renown for her expertise in preventing violence against women and is creative and passionate about designing transformative, experiential training. Don't feel helpless; learn to help prevent injustices in the safest manner.
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Why? See something, say something! Active bystander training
When: Monday 22 June 2020 from 7pm to 9pm
Where: Online
Cost: $50 Adult - $25 Concession - FREE to First Nations
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