Writers on Wednesdays: Storytelling for Social Change

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Roselina Press
13 September 2017 - 6:00 to 7:30 PM
Roselina Press
In this interactive seminar, be guided through the essential skills of human rights writing – from developing your story ideas to crafting compelling narratives that engage the public and inspire change.

You will learn

  • to develop your story ideas and craft compelling narratives
  • ways to present your evidence and argument
  • to write ethically about human rights and social justice issues
  • how to reach audiences and make them care about your message
  • to inspire change.

Please note that this event was previously advertised on a different date. The information on this page is correct.

About Roselina Press

Roselina Press is the editor-in-chief of Right Now, an Australian human rights media organisation. She is a writer, editor and communications specialist, and currently works at Oxfam Australia. She has a Master of International Relations and has written for Reuters, The Guardian and the United Nations Department of Public Information.

You can read a Q&A with Roselina Press on this website.

Writers on Wednesdays

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Writers on Wednesdays: Funemployed – Living with Yourself as a Writer, 26 July

Writers on Wednesdays: Getting Published in Literary Journals, 27 September

Writers on Wednesdays: Poetry and Power, 25 October

Writers on Wednesdays: Travel Writing, 29 November

Registration fee
Concession Member $ 30.00
Member $ 40.00
Non-Member $ 55.00

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