In this workshop members of the Geelong, Bellarine & Surf Coast branches have the opportunity to sit down with Sue Pennicuik (Victorian Greens Futures Project convener) and other members of the Futures Project Steering Committee to discuss what we would like to see for the future of our party. The goal of the Futures Project is to revitalised The Victorian Greens, by improving organisational structures and party strategies. The committee will be seeking our advice on the following
Members will also have the opportunity to refresh their knowledge with a Fast Three Training session facilitated by Apsara Sabaratnam, who is a fantastic facilitator from the Multicultural Greens along with Surf Coast local Kathy McQuillan. These sessions will be looking at the following topics.
10am: Deakin Greens Cultural Inclusion Workshop on Unconscious Bias (RSVP Here)
1pm: Fast Three Training
2:30pm: Futures Workshop
This venue is wheelchair accessable via the main Deakin Waterfront Entrance (near the cube). This room has desks for wheelchair users.
Entrance via the Coast Hall entry is not step-free.
Geelong Station is a short walk from Deakin Univerity Waterfront Campus. V/Line train services as well as local buses arrive and depart at the station. Use the PTV Journey Planner to map out your trip.
On-Street Car Parking is available along Brougham Street & Gheringhap St. There is usually additional parking in The Bus Port Carpark on the south-east corner of Brougham Street Gheringhap Streets. Parking information can be found on The City of Greater Geelong website.
Food will not be provided at this workshop. You are welcome to bring snacks for yourself or to share.
Accessable bathrooms are located across the hallway from our meeting space.
Wi-Fi will unfortunately not be available at this workshop. Power outlets are located under seats in the main lecture room.