Free training opportunity: How to talk about poverty & the difference you make

As part of 4in10's 'Communicating Impact' series, they are offering a free, half day training session covering effective ways to talk about poverty, why it is useful to do so and practical tips about handling this topic on social media.

About 4in10 London Child Poverty Network

4in10 is a network of organisations working to end child poverty in London, based at Children England and funded by City Bridge Trust and Trust for London. Currently 4in10 children in London are living below the poverty line, approximately 600,000 children. The 4in10 network is free to join, please visit our website

 

About the training session

This free, half day training session will cover effective ways to talk about poverty, why it is useful to do so and will include some tips about handling this topic on social media.

We will consider how best to talk about your work, and the difference it makes to low income families in London, in order to engage people in supporting action. It will also cover best practice examples of ways to build a deeper understanding of how poverty happens and the changes needed to address it.

This session will be delivered by experienced Communications Strategist Tamsyn Hyatt and will take place in the London Borough of Brent.

 

Training Dates:

Wednesday 12 September 2018, 09:30 – 14:00

11th Floor, No.1 Croydon
12-16 Addiscombe Road
CRO 0XT
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OR

Friday 21 September 2018, 09:30 – 14:30

3rd Floor, The Drum at Wembley
Brent Civic Centre
HA9 0FJ
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Date: 
Wed, 12/09/2018 (All day)
Cost: 
£0
Contact Name: 
4 in 10
Contact Email: 
not given
Contact Tel: 
020 7833 3319