Strategize. Mobilize. Resist.
Strategize. Mobilize. Resist. Engaging with Student Activism
You are invited to join a 3 week online-seminar of cross-campus conversations hosted by the University of Cape Town’s Global Citizenship Programme and the University of Toronto’s Hart House. The sessions are designed for meaningful conversations on student activism, focusing on strategies and tools used in student movements and what it means to achieve tangible change. We will be using case studies from each campus, as well as our own experiences as students, as the starting point for reflection, sharing and learning. All sessions will take place on Zoom - an online video communications tool, which will allow us to all be in a virtual classroom together. Therefore it is advised that you have a stable internet connection, a device with a webcam and microphone (either a smartphone or laptop).
- Stable internet connection
- Device with webcam and microphone
- Attend all three 2hr sessions
- Complete a short activity before the first session
- Complete a short reflection blog
Dates and Times of the Sessions
|Session 1: Connecting Contexts
Getting to know one another and sharing our experiences and ideas of student activism.
Wednesday 6th March - 09h00 - 11h00 (CA time) | 16h00 - 18h00 (SA time)
|Session 2: Strategize. Mobilize. Resist.
Exploring case studies of student activism on our campuses, focusing on the ideologies, strategies and tools used in each case.
Wednesday 13th March - 09h00 - 11h00 (CA time) | 16h00 - 18h00 (SA time)
|Session 3: Achieving Meaningful and Tangible Change
Taking our learnings forward into day-to-day action.
Wednesday 20th March - 09h00 - 11h00 (CA time) | 16h00 - 18h00 (SA time)
Please fill in this application form to be considered for the programme. Given limited spaces, those who are accepted are expected to attend all three sessions.
Application Deadline is Monday 25th February.
The intention is that by the end of this seminar series we will all be better equipped to achieve meaningful change in our spaces of influence. We hope that you will join us in making this an insightful and energising experience.
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