Apply Now We’re launching ‘Building Our Narrative Power’ Applications now open

Are you a changemaker, a storyteller, or someone who’s looking to shift the way people think, feel, and act? Then we’d love to learn, grow, and build collective narrative power with you.

Thanks to everyone who has applied, we’ll be in touch soon.
If you’re interested in supporting the programme as a mentor, trainer, or content partner, email our Workshops Lead, , with a bit of info about you, how you’d like to be involved and any useful links 🙂

We’re excited to launch the ‘Building Our Narrative Power’ course—supporting people who have lived experience of the issues they are fighting for, to skill-up and shape the narrative for justice and social change, to create waves of action and lasting progress. We’re looking for 16 people who are all passionate about transforming societal narratives across social, climate, and economic justice.


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Throughout 2024, you’ll be guided through in-person residentials, online workshops, discussion groups and practical exercises which will support you to develop the skills, knowledge, community, and infrastructure to do deeper narrative-change work, and train others to do the same. And we’ll provide tailored support for you in the year following the course.

We see this programme as a space where racialised people, disabled people, queer people, working-class people, those navigating the UK’s hostile immigration policies, those living on the frontlines of climate breakdown, and others who are marginalised by an unjust society, can be centred, cared for, nourished and resourced.

This course is free and expenses will be covered. We also have a limited number of bursaries available to pay folks for the time they devote to the course.

If you’re interested in supporting the programme as a trainer, mentor, collaborator or funder, we’d love to hear from you too! Visit our website for full details, or contact Faith, Kaan and Hannah at to get involved.


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