We’re excited to be able to show you a bit more about the workshops sessions we’re planning for Netroots UK. They’re ranging from hands-on training to strategic discussions, and will be taking on many different interests and involvement levels in between.
Our workshops page will be expanding over the coming week as we fill in more detail, but you can find provisional titles and some speakers listed on our workshops page now. Watch this space, and use the comments fields on workshop pages to let us know what you’d like to seemore of in those particular sessions. Continue reading
We’re still confirming a whole bunch of speakers and workshop contributors, and there’ll be a lot more coming here over the next week. We thought we’d whet your appetite though by giving you a list of some of the people who’re going to be contributing to the sessions.
Stella Creasy MP | Kevin Maguire: Daily Mirror | Teddy Goff: Obama 08 | Mary Rickles: Netroots Nation | Brendan Barber: TUC | Nick Lowles: Hope Not Hate | Shamik Das: Left Foot Forward | Sunny Hundal: Liberal Conspiracy | Hannah Lownsbrough: 38 Degrees | Alex Wilks: Avaaz | Mark Pack: Liberal Democrat Voice | Anna Nolan: Robin Hood Tax campaign | Clifford Singer: False Economy | Matthew McGregor: Blue State Digital | Laurence Durnan: Political Scrapbook | Donnacha Delong: NUJ | Mark Ferguson: LabourList | Andrew Walker: Tweetminster | Joe Wade: Don’t Panic
Much more detail on other workshop contributors and keynote speakers soon, but if you want to join these people and more, make sure to register online now.
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Here are just a few of the responses we’ve been getting on what attendees want to see from the Netroots UK event. We’ve had some really useful suggestions that have shaped our thinking on this – as well as some very useful practical ideas that we’re hoping to be able to put into practice for the event. Continue reading
We’re very pleased to announce two more partner organisations – the huge global movement for people powered politics, Avaaz.org, and the Labour Party focused independent progressive blog, Labourlist. Both of them add some really great experience of netroots campaigning and movement building, and some great lessons for us to share on the day.