Activating Members, Building Alliances

January 16, 2016

Event at a Glance

Date

January 16, 2016, 9:00 am

Location

Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil St. Toronto, Ontario

To defend public services and win at the bargaining table, we have to mobilize members and build strong community partnerships—but how?

Come to a free workshop to share strategies and build skills.

Hear from the Chicago Teachers Union on how they activated members, built strong community alliances and won a precedent-setting strike.

When:

Saturday January 16
9am-1pm

We will be starting promptly at 9am, so please arrive early to register.

Program

8:30am Registration opens
9:00am Welcome and Plenary
10:00am - 1:00pm Workshop

We are excited to welcome Jen Johnson from the Chicago Teachers Union!

Our plenary will be followed by a hands-on organizing workshop focused on building skills and sharing strategies.

We will be highlighting creative organizing from the Elementary Teachers of Toronto, secondary school teachers, the Toronto Airport Workers Council, the CUPE Time to Care Campaign, Londoners for Door to Door, Toronto library workers, Workers United, and more!

Location:

Steelworkers Hall
25 Cecil St.
Toronto, Ontario

Steelworkers Hall is a wheelchair accessible venue.

There is parking available behind the building.

Registration:

Free! Fill out the form below to register.

Contact Sonia at sonia[at]labornotes[dot]org or (718) 284-4144 for more details.

Sponsored by: Campaign for Public Education, CUPE Ontario, The Elementary Teachers of Toronto, and Workers United Canada Council.