Train the Trainer: KYR with Immigration

The New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice (NJAIJ) will be facilitating a "Train the Trainers" sessions to prepare leaders and organizers on best practices and standards for running Know-Your-Rights workshops in their communities. The training will teach trainers how to facilitate conversations and provide information to community members on their rights when interacting with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and local police. Learn how to run a dynamic and interactive public education workshop on constitutional rights, current state of immigration policy, preparing families, and engaging communities in advocacy with a focus on role playing exercises that provide community members with the tools they need to prepare and organize.

This training was created for community leaders and organizers. Individual community members who need to learn their rights can attend a Know-Your-Rights Workshop facilitated by advocates in their communities. This curriculum works in collaboration with the efforts of grassroots organizations who are already organizing and preparing communities around pro-immigrant policies and community actions.

If there are any questions or concerns pertaining to this event or there is a need for translations, please email Dina Mansour at dmansour@njimmigrantjustice.org.

Ticket and materials Information:

- NJAIJ Member Organizations should enter their discount code in order to attend the training free of charge, no limit on attendees affiliated to NJAIJ member organization. Memberswill receive a PDF copy of the Handbook Curriculum and Handout Materials for community members.

- Non-members must pay a fee of $20 to attend. Students and Youth Organizers will receive a 50% discount code to pay $10 to attend the training. Please email dmansour@njimmigrantjustice.org for the student and youth organizer discount code. All non-members will receive a bundle of Handout Materials for community members as a part of the training.

Note: The NJAIJ is a coalition of organizations and does notaccept individual community members as a part of their membership. If your organization is interested in membership, contact jcalle@njimmigrantjustice.org for more information. If you are an individual interested in advocacy reach out to us to learn about our affiliated organizations and efforts near you.

*This event is cosponsored by Beacon - Unitarian Universalist Church in Summit.

 

Link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/know-your-rights-with-immigration-union-county-tickets-37348209500

WHEN
September 17, 2017 at 12:30pm - 3:30pm
WHERE
Beacon - Unitarian Universalist Church in Summit
4 Waldron Ave
Summit, NJ 07901
United States
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CONTACT
Dina Mansour ·

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