Youth Climate Strike Mobilisation Creative Sprint

July 26th, 2019 09:30 → July 26th, 2019 17:00

Venue
239 Old Street London EC1V 9EY
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They've shaken up UK culture and politics. They've forced climate change up the agenda.

Now they need your help.

The UK Student Climate Network, together with Good For Nothing and Glimpse invite you to a one day creative sprint on July 26th.

We're going to put our creativity and superpowers of persuasion together to help get one million people onto the streets alongside the youth climate strikers on September 20th.

Been 'n' gone

This gig's over but check out the calendar for the next one.

READ THE FULL CALLOUT HERE

Youth strikers have been courageously walking out of school and putting themselves on the frontlines of direct action. But they cannot do this alone. They're asking us adults to stop hiding and do something.

How it works

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**We're coming together for a one day sprint on a live brief that needs selling, big time: how can we mobilise a million people in September. We'll send out the brief in advance, and it's also available for people who can't make it on the day.

You must be able/willing to execute your ideas as well as dream them up - this is basically a call out to commit talent, time, resources, assets, channels, inventory. You're experienced professionals who can make this happen.

Register now

Once you've registered, we'll balance the group so there's a mix of skills, backgrounds and networks. Just hit register on this page and we'll guide you through the simple process.

We'll send you an email by Friday 19th July to confirm your place. If we don't have space, we'll share a copy of the brief so you can work remotely.

That's it.

We know the industry has been under the spotlight recently, and that lots of us want to do something to prove our commitment on the issue.

Climate change is the greatest challenge of our time. Here's your chance to get stuck in.

With hope,

GFN Mothership. UKSCN & Glimpse Collective

Thank you to our Friends

  • The Trampery
  • UKSCN

Who was there?

  • Dan Burgess
  • Tom Farrand
  • Stephen King