The Organizing 2.0 Conference (our 6th!) brings organizers together for workshops, trainings, discussions, consulting and networking, visionary speakers, and thoughtful debates about our strategies and practices.
Over two days in Manhattan hundreds of people will come together to learn from each other, share stories and build our skills, organizations and movements.
Featured tracks include online to offline organizing, digital strategy on a budget, member engagement and grassroots fundraising. (We’re still accepting ideas for speakers and workshops – let us know what you need and/or what you can offer.)
The cost is $100 for the two full-days. Scholarships are available. This year’s conference is brought to you by our partners: The Murphy Institute for Worker Education (CUNY), New York State AFL-CIO, New York City Central Labor Council, and the New York Civic Engagement Table. Dozens of other organizations, sponsors, volunteers and donors will be announced in the coming days.
The conference will be held at the The Murphy Institute, 25 West 43rd St. Conference is wheelchair accessible.
1) Retirement Challenges for NY – Digital Organizing for Labor: Our conversation from last year’s Organize 2.0 conference