Activism, advocacy, and supporting your heritage
This event takes place on 20th June at the UCL Institute of Archaeology and is designed to help attendees gain the skills and confidence to begin to engage in local advocacy and activism to support their local historic environment or to gain greater impact from their present advocacy work.
Speakers will provide up to date background information to threats facing local authority archaeology and heritage services. They will discuss what can be done to protect and advocate for these services, as well as present examples of best practice from community groups currently engaged in campaigns.
The programme also includes workshops which will allow for discussion of attendee’s present work and how it could be adapted or used for advocacy impact and will provide information on how to get in the media, and get your message across to members of the public and decision makers
To book your place, go to the dedicated eventbrite booking page