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Apply to Free Training on Population & the Environment in Washington D.C.

Written By: Lori Adelman
September 14, 2010

 

Back in June, we co-hosted a free, weekend-long training in San Francisco with the Sierra Club Global Population and Environment Program, which I blogged about extensively here.  At the end of this month, we’re doing it again – but this time in Washington, D.C. and with the additional collaboration of the Izaak Walton League of America.

From September 24-26 attendees will learn about the connections between environmental sustainability and sexual and reproductive health and rights from experienced advocates, trained specialists, and experts. Participants will also receive training in leadership and advocacy skills, including practical tips on how to  influence decision makers and the media on these important issues.

Interested applicants from all backgrounds and levels of experience are encouraged to apply. Out-of-area residents are welcome, but will have to provide for their own transportation and accommodations. Complimentary meals will be provided for all. Click here to download the application.

Please submit completed applications to Lori Adelman at Ladelman@iwhc.org by Monday, September 20.

2 Responses to "Apply to Free Training on Population & the Environment in Washington D.C."
  1. Tia says:

    When will applicants hear back on whether they can attend or not? I'm coming from out-of-state and need to know so I can book my flight and hotel.

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