Our Writing for Social Impact course is a two-day online workshop aimed at anyone who wants to learn strategic and creative ways of achieving real-world social impact through their writing.
This might include charity and third sector professionals, people working on the frontline of public services (youth workers, nurses, teachers), or those with lived experience of injustice.
The course will be held over two mornings, via Zoom, and it will explore how to conduct interviews, execute ethical and impactful storytelling, and provide a call-to-action for readers.
The workshop will cover:
- How to conduct interviews
- How to execute ethical and impactful storytelling
- How to provide a call-to-action for your readers
- How to discover different types of social impact.
Students do not need to have any prior experience of writing. You only need a genuine passion to create progressive change with your pen.
For any young talented students (18-25) from a disadvantaged background, a fully funded place is available on the course. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Who is it for?
This course is open to anyone who wants to learn how to write impactfully, which might include charity and third sector professionals, people working on the frontline of public services (youth workers, nurses, teachers), or those with lived experience of injustice.
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This practical Writing for Social Impact masterclass will take place online over two days, Friday and Saturday, 10am - 12.30pm.
- Delivered by experienced digital professional
- Taught in small groups
- Awarded a City, University of London certificate