If you’ve always wanted to learn more about how to advocate for reproductive health and rights, here’s your chance. The Sierra Club’s Global Population and Environment Program is offering an activist training this September, open to all ages and experience levels, that will focus on the connections between reproductive health, family planning, climate change, and sustainable development.
Experts will help participants learn how to thoughtfully connect poverty, gender equity, resource use, water scarcity and a variety of other issues to population dynamics, health access, and the environment. Participants can put their new skills to work right away, lobbying their members of Congress on sexual and reproductive health and rights, education for girls and women, and clean energy legislation.
Intrigued? Learn more, and fill out an application, at sc.org/GPEPApp. And don’t delay – applications are due by August 4!