Date: 08 Jul 2021
Advocacy is complicated. There’s a lot to master, and there's always very limited resources. That’s why we’re staging an Ask Me Anything with campaigning expert, Brett de Hoedt.
Got a question about advocacy and campaigning? Brett will have an answer – or at least an opinion worth considering.
After all he has run campaigns ranging in scale from neighbourhood to national in voluntary and professional guises. He’s worked with 1000+ nonprofit clients and campaigned on planning, age care, mental health, international aid issues. He’s also been a part of two election campaigns for independent candidates.
So if you have a question, an idea in need of assessment or seek a second opinion this is your chance for some fun, fast advice. This session will be fast, varied and highly opinionated. You set the agenda. Brett thinks he knows it all – find out if he’s right.
This Webinar will take place live on:
Thursday, July 8, 2021 from 1pm to 2.15pm AEST
What's a Webinar?
A Webinar is a seminar that's conducted over the internet.
Viewers watch a remote presentation on their own screens at a set broadcast time and can participate by typing and submitting questions they would like answered by the presenter.
Our Webinars are recorded and a copy is sent out to every registrant by default. So if you aren't able to watch the Webinar live at the scheduled time, you don't need to do anything - we'll send you a copy you can watch at your own pace on your own screen.
Why Webinars work
You'll learn at a time that suits you
If you can't join us at the scheduled time, we will automatically send you a recording you can watch at your own pace.
You can ask your burning questions
Our Webinars include a 45-minute presentation followed by a 15 minute interactive Q&A session where you'll call the shots. You do so by typing your questions during the Webinar.
You don't need an IT degree
There's no complicated software involved. You just need a reliable internet connection to participate. We'll email you instructions at each step too. Simple!