We’re training a new generation of social justice advocates.
Social change. It’s not enough to want it. Or even to work for it. We also need to strategize for it. Our Voices and Faces Project Advocacy Training program was created to help allies, advocates, and activists do just that.
Immersive, interactive, and audience-relevant, each of our advocacy trainings are customized in partnership with local host organizations, evaluated on an ongoing basis, and continually updated to best address current events and contemporary advocacy challenges. Since the inception of our advocacy training program, Voices and Faces Project trainers and facilitators have traveled to 48 US states and four continents, creating social change every step of the way.
In addition, members of our Voices and Faces Speakers Bureau are using their names, faces, and testimonies to educate the broader public on the causes and consequences of gender-based violence. Launched in 2006, our speakers are making the personal political, using their stories to call audiences as large as 5,000 – and as intimate as 20 – to greater compassion, and action.