Animal Writes
From 2 March 2003 Issue

Political Training Course for Animal Activists

On March 9 the The National Institute for Animal Advocacy will be holding a professional training course for becoming a political organizer and lobbyist for animals on the town, county and state levels.

It will be held at the Mercy Center, a beautiful beach-front retreat and conference center in Madison, Connecticut.

The curriculum will include: Theories of Social Change, The Structure of Government; The Structure of Politics and the Political Mind; The Mechanics and Dynamics of Political Campaigns; Creating a Grassroots Political Machine for Animals for Your Town, County or State; Creating an Image; Political Dynamics in the Legislative Arena: Lawmaking and Lobbying; Exploiting Media: Fundraising Strategies; Recruitment Strategies; and Legal Issues pertinent to these activities.

The Institute will be rigorous enough to qualify for academic credit by arrangement. Faculty will be excellent.

***Please contact Julie Lewin at: [email protected] or 203-453-6590 for details or to register.

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