What is "Social Movement Ecology?"

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In short, Social Movement Ecology is a theory which explains how we change society for the better. This expert training isn't one to miss!

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SME lays a framework for organizations with different theories of change to recognize each other’s strengths and weaknesses and work together to produce large-scale social change.

This training will provide participants with the skills, tools, and confidence to identify complex layers of approaches in social movement. Learn how organizations with different theories of change can recognize each other's strengths and weaknesses and work together to produce large-scale social change.


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TRAINER BIO: ALWIYAH SHARIFF

Alwiyah Shariff is the Training & Fellowship Manager at Ohio Voice. In 2007, as a high-schooler, she started her organizing career on a campaign to raise the minimum wage and learned how to advocate for young people in the system. Since then, she has worked in multiple sectors of the social justice movement including protest organizing, lobbying, union organizing and field organizing – registering over 45,000 young people in Ohio to vote as Ohio Student Association’s Field Director. She’s also been a trainer for multiple training institutions including the Midwest Academy, Momentum and WildFire. She is coming to us from her role as the National Membership Coordinator with the Working Families Party and is eager to work (strictly) in Ohio at such a critical time in our country. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her family and loves to travel back home to East Africa.


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