[artinfo] Fwd: Creative Action Training in Budapest -- all expenses paid -- please circulate ASAP

Nicolas Vass nicovass at gmail.com
Tue Aug 12 14:42:12 CEST 2014

*Last Call for Applications for the Creative Action Training!*
*Application Deadline: Wednesday, August 13!*

Creative Action Training to confront the Climate Crisis

*For Central and Eastern European OrganizersSeptember 9-13, 2014 *

*Budapest, Hungary**Apply now!

The *Global Call for Climate Action <http://tcktcktck.org/>* (GCCA) is
working with *350.org <http://www.350.org/>* and *Beautiful Trouble
<http://beautifultrouble.org/>* to convene a diverse group of activist
leaders from Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Ukraine, Slovakia,
Romania, Russia, and Belarus for a special 5-day training in creative action
 and campaigning skills to help tackle the climate crisis.

This 5-day Creative Action Training will be held at one of Budapest’s
hottest arts and activist convergence spaces. Together, participants will
dig deep into *Beautiful Trouble’s creative toolbox*
<http://beautifultrouble.org/all-modules/> and network and strategize with
fellow-activists from across the region on effective ways to take action
together. It’s going to be an exciting week where we will be learning
innovative new skills, and developing creative local action plans to
confront the climate crisis.

The training will be facilitated by four super-talented, seasoned and
skillful Beautiful Trouble Trainers based in Europe: *Isa Fremeaux*
<http://beautifultrouble.org/trainer/isa-fremeaux/>, *John Jordan
<http://beautifultrouble.org/author/johnjordan/>*, *Leonidas Martin Saura
<http://beautifultrouble.org/trainer/leonidas-martin-saura/>*, and *Oriana
Elicabe <http://beautifultrouble.org/trainer/oriana-elicabe/>*.

*Apply today
join this unique training.*

Hope to see you there,

—Andrew and the whole GCCA, 350.org and Beautiful Trouble team

Andrew Boyd
347/228-7416 (cell)
andrewontheroadagain (skype)
andrewontheroad at gmail.com (email)
"Progress is not when the poor have cars, but when the rich use public
—Enrique Peñalosa, former mayor of Bogota

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