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Activist Resilience Training: Fostering Collective Care & Joy (Stop Rosebank)

**RESCHEDULED: This event was rescheduled from the 25th of March, due to illness, and is now taking place on Monday the 8th of April. For those unable to make this new date, we’ll send round a recording afterwards and hope to re-run it in the future**

Fostering individual and collective resilience is important for not only our individual wellbeing but for the sustainability of our campaigns and movements. Join us with climate psychologist Jessica Kleczka to explore strategies and tactics for looking after ourselves, each other and our networks.

We will explore how the climate, environmental and social crises affects our mental health in different ways, and share coping strategies to maintain wellbeing and healthy boundaries as an activist. We’ll also look at ways that we can foster collective care, and the importance of joy as a way of supporting resilience.

We’ll stay on for 15 minutes at the end for a brief Q&A.

Please note that the facilitators are not mental health professionals and the strategies outlined in this training are not a substitute for therapy or professional treatment. We are unable to offer mental health care and support. If you feel like you can’t cope with climate anxiety or other mental health issues, please seek professional help. Resources will be shared after the training.

This is an online training. Please let us know any accessibility requirements in advance. If you have any questions about the training please email

Register your (free) place via Action Network


Event Details

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Start Monday 8 Apr 2024 6:00pm
Finish Monday 8 Apr 2024 7:30pm
Organised by Stop Rosebank

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