Environmentalists and reproductive health advocates will gather to learn about climate change and reproductive health and human rights issues of local and global significance. Attendees will also receive training in leadership and advocacy skills, including practical tips on how to mobilize communities and influence decision makers when advocating for these important intersectional issues.
If this sounds like something you might be interested in attending, I highly encourage you to apply. You can submit your application to me at [email protected], or to Kim Lovell at [email protected] by this Friday, May 14.
To learn more, and to download the application, click here.