WRITING FOR EMPOWERMENT
Saturday, November 23, 2019
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
2482 Dufferin Street Toronto, ON M6B 3R1
The role of community leaders is to communicate their ideas to a broad audience. Crafting an effective piece of writing could assist greatly in this process, but for those who don't have academic background or prior experience in writing, this can be a daunting task. Moreover, writing is often thought of as a solitary endeavor rather than a collective process. This workshop will teach the participants how to write statements, articles, or journals for the purposes of collective transformation and empowerment.
Rick Esguerra is an educator and advocate for peace and human rights in the Philippines, and migrants' rights and welfare. In the Philippines, he taught Political Science and International Development at the University of the Philippines and Miriam College, and Philippine history at the Philippine Normal College. He was senior research assistant at the University of the Philippines' Third World Studies Centre where he facilitated popular education, leadership training seminars for labour and farmer leaders. In Canada, he lectured at Conrad Grebel College, University of Waterloo and did presentations at York University on international debt and people's movements. He was a research fellow and contributed to the labour journal at the Centre for Developing-Area Studies of McGill University. He is an author of numerous research papers and facilitated workshops on Philippine history, politics and culture for youth and for Filipino community centres.
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