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FIAPO 2017 - Schedule

We are requesting full participation – meaning arriving by Friday morning and leaving on Sunday evening. We want to create a focused learning environment as well as a sense of community.

Day 1

From

To

 

11am

12noon

Registrations

12noon

1pm

Lunch

1pm

1.30pm

The Vision of an Indian Animal Rights Community
Opening and Welcome

1.30pm

2.30pm

Setting the Context: Animal Rights in the North
A group discussion that will explore questions like - What are the issues and factors unique to North India that need to be considered? How does one deal with cow vigilantes? How does one tackle the 'purity' of dairy? IS ABC the only soution to the issue of human -dog conflict?

4pm

4.30pm

Tea Break and Transition

4.30pm

5.30pm

Choosing Your Activism: Making the most of Yourself for Animal Rights
With so many issues facing animals, we are pulled in all directions to try and make an impact. How do we choose what to work on, and what tactics to adopt for making change?

5.30pm

6.30pm

Animal Rights Activism and Digital Media
Social media can be a fantastic way to spread awareness of your cause and attract new volunteers, if you know how to do it right. In this Workshop we’ll learn how to grab and hold interest across social media platforms and emails.

6:30pm

7:00pm

Tea Break and Transition

7:00pm

8:00pm

Harvesting our LearningsConferences and bootcamps can zip by, and sometimes, we can miss important learnings. Come together to share specific learnings, takeaways and celebrations for your activism!

8:00pm

8:30pm

Dinner

8:30pm

Open Space

 

 

 

Day 2 

8.00am

Breakfast

9.00am

10.30am

Getting People to Join You
Animal rights activism - like all social justice movements - depends on people in large numbers joining us. We are never going to win, if more people dont stand with us. Learn and Discuss why its important, and how to do it - and what has worked for others, so you can replicate!

10.30am

11.00am

Tea Break and Transition

11.00am

1.00pm

Innovation and Best Practice for your Activism for each individual track
Learn and discuss the latest and the best practices in your area of activism. Working in your city, all alone may result in you missing out on solutions that worked elsewhere. This is your opportunity to get solutions for the problems you face! Topics that will be discussed in each track will include Getting your local MC to set up ABC; running a shelter ensuring good quality of life for animals Components of an on-site first-aid programme; training in rescue of animals other than dogs Building up your group; practices for effective outreach and education Overview of laws and agencies that protect animals; how to get authorities to take action There are four tracks that will be run paralley according to the kind of work that an individual undertakes, and this topic will be discussed seperately in each individual track. So those attending ABC and Sheltering will discuss this topic seperately for 2 hours, from those attendng the First-aid track. This is to ensure deeper learning outcomes and a tailored learning environment,
a. ABC, sheltering (small and large animals)
b. First-aid and rescue (of all animals).
c. Vegan Outreach and Humane Education
d. Law Enforcement

1:00pm

2:00pm

Lunch

2pm

4pm

Picking, Planning and Running a Sucessful Campaign for each individual track
Learn how to plan a campaign in a holistic manner for any issue you are working for. What factors have to be considered? How do we really create a change? How to understand what role does the government, influences, public, media and civil society plays? How do you integrate the strengths you already may have - social media, volunteers? What is your campaign vision and what is your campaign strategy? Answers to all this and more There are four tracks that will be run paralley according to the kind of work that an individual undertakes, and this topic will be discussed seperately in each individual track. So those attending ABC and Sheltering will discuss this topic seperately for 2 hours, from those attendng the First-aid track. This is to ensure deeper learning outcomes and a tailored learning environment,
a. ABC, sheltering (small and large animals)
b. First-aid and rescue (of all animals).
c. Vegan Outreach and Humane Education
d. Law Enforcement

4pm

4.30pm

Tea Break and Transition

4.30pm

6.30pm

Speaking up for Animals: Delivering winning speeches and presentations
Learn the tips and tricks of how to captivate and persuade your audience with a stunning speech or presentation and make sure you get invited back.

6.30pm

7.00pm

Tea Break and Transition

7.00pm

8.00pm

Harvesting our Learnings
Conferences and bootcamps can zip by, and sometimes, we can miss important learnings. Use the help of trainers and other participants to harvest and take back specific things to do in your activism work!

8.00pm

8.30pm

Dinner

8.30pm

Open Space

 

 

 

Day 3

8.00am

Breakfast

9.00am

10.30am

Restoring Conflicts
Animal activism brings together people from different backgrounds and when that happens, disagreements and conflicts are bound to occur. This session deals with maneuvering through those disagreements and being able to look at what connects us to create a better world for animals.

10.30am

11.00am

Tea and Transition

11.00am

1.00pm

Fundraising for your activism for each track individually
This session will focus on discussing fundraising techniques that are essential in building long term successful animal protection initiatives for a variety of organisations and individuals. Learn how to make fundraising a fun, important part of your work. It will include mock-sessions for practicing your pitch, and tools for identifying the best method suited to your organisation.
There are four tracks that will be run paralley according to the kind of work that an individual undertakes, and this topic will be discussed seperately in each individual track. So those attending ABC and Sheltering will discuss this topic seperately for 2 hours, from those attendng the First-aid track. This is to ensure deeper learning outcomes and a tailored learning environment,
a. ABC, sheltering (small and large animals)
b. First-aid and rescue (of all animals).
c. Vegan Outreach and Humane Education
d. Law Enforcement

1.00pm

2.00pm

Lunch

2.00pm

4.00pm

Closing The Loop: Final Disucssions on Animal Rights in the North


 
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