Learn about the history and theory of street activism and make a real difference to the communities that you are a part of with this free three-day residential course.
Duration: 3 days
Next Course: September 2019
What are the qualifications about?
You will explore frameworks for action and develop skills in mobilising, reflecting and connecting social theory with real world action. You will get a great introduction to the world of social movements, ideal for the activist in you.
Who are they for?
Everyone is welcome on this course whether you have a strong social conscience and want to put your principles into action, or if you already have a history of activism.
What do I need?
You don’t need any academic qualifications for this course.
Why choose Ruskin College?
Ruskin has a remarkable history in trade unions, the labour party and activism, since its creation in 1899 for working class people to get access to education. It is the ideal environment for you to meet other like-minded individuals and tutors, and learn more about how to make your voice heard.
How will I learn and be assessed?
You will not be formally assessed on this course.
How long do they take?
Usual course length
Completing the Street solidarity course usually takes:
- 3 days full time
This residential course runs from Friday at 1pm to Sunday at 3pm.
What would it cost me?
This course is free.