The Green Growth Community (GGC) is organising a new edition of the communication training that will take place online on the 22nd of February. The session will help participants to make more impactful communication of their projects or initiatives in the field of sustainability.
The second edition of the GGC communication training is coming up next month to help the Interreg MED community improve storytelling techniques. The training will take place online on Tuesday 22 February at 10.30 CET and will be filled with lively interactive exercises. The session will last 1h30 and will give participants tools to help them get their messages across in a simple but more impactful way. You can register here.
The community remains committed to advocating for green growth and a circular economy in the Mediterranean region in this news year. For that reason, REVOLVE – the GGC's communications partner, is organising this workshop open to the whole Interreg MED Community and any other initiatives or actors in the field of sustainability.
The training will provide you with participatory tools to create stories around a given challenge in the field of sustainability following innovative techniques. The workshop will follow a methodology based on the systems thinking approach for communication.
The training aims is to help participants envision a future in which they have achieved their goals following a visual story methodology. By building a common vision of the desired future with this given methodology, participants will get the communication tools that will allow them to work towards that horizon.
Last year’s edition focused on storytelling techniques to inspire journalists. You can see the highlights from our first communication training here and explore our communications kit including an overview of the Green Growth Community's work and achievements, as well as links to materials, graphics, and stories. The kit is designed to help you understand the community and find relevant, up-to-date information to share across your networks.