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Tuesday, December 7, 2021
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Words of Worth: Storytelling for Changemakers

It’s time to strengthen your storytelling skills so you can start using your voice and your words to change the world.

Come connect with a community of young leaders as we strengthen our narrative and persuasive writing styles so we can start writing about the change we want to see in the world, and lead the hara revolution from anywhere in the world.

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Dates:  4-weekend program from 1pm to 2pm on Saturdays and Sundays

  • Saturday, Nov 13 and Sunday, Nov 14 @ 1PM to 2PM
  • Saturday, Nov 20 and Sunday, Nov 21 @ 1PM to 2PM
  • Saturday, Nov 27 and Sunday, Nov 28 @ 1PM to 2PM
  • Saturday, Dec 4 and Sunday, December 5 @ 1PM to 2PM

Timings: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Ages: 10 -17
Fee: Rs.2000 for 4 sessions (Rs. 500 per workshop)

Your voice matters. It actually has the power to change the world.

From climate change to equality to quality education. You have something to say about these challenges, and maybe a few solutions to share.
If you had the opportunity to speak up on issues that you’re passionate about, knowing you can ACTUALLY make things happen, would you seize it?

It’s time to strengthen your storytelling skills so you can start using your voice and your words to change the world.

Come connect with a community of young leaders as we strengthen our narrative and persuasive writing styles so we can start writing about the change we want to see in the world, and lead #thehararevolution from anywhere in the world.

Program Curriculum
Weekend One: The Power of Story

In our first weekend, we’ll be diving into the structure (and science!) of our favorite fictional stories, and what exactly it is about good stories that inspire us. With a focus on narrative writing, we’ll each write a fictional story incorporating our refreshed perspective.

You’ll LOVE this if you are interested in writing for social media, any marketing channels, and/or if you dream of being an entrepreneur one day!

Weekend Two: Narrative Writing

Now that we’re a little warmed up in our writing, our second weekend will shift to non-fiction, from biographies to news articles, and how to craft our words to interest and inspire our readers. In groups of two, you’ll also learn to collaborate on writing a piece about someone who inspires your justice work.

You’ll love this if you are interested in journalism and writing opinion pieces (or have a blog!).

Weekend Three: Persuasive Writing

Taking everything we’ve learned about engaging the right reader in our writing, we each choose a Sustainable Development Goal we are passionate about and come up with a few solutions for accomplishing it. We’ll then craft a letter to a local leader or representative in India that can help us bring our solutions to life!

Weekend Four: Transforming Words into Action

As we close up our time together, we’ll dive into how to send your letter of change out into the world, how to follow up to ensure action is taken, and what next steps you can take to continue your activism!

This workshop will be facilitated by Jazzmine Raine. 

Jazz is a social entrepreneur, storyteller, and facilitator. She is the founder of Hara World, an experiential education platform for young changemakers, and Hara House, India’s first zero-waste guesthouse. In 2019, she was named 1 of 35 social entrepreneurs to watch for by Causeartist.
Jazz is deeply passionate about conscious living, environmental justice, ethical fashion, and responsible travel. In her not-so-spare time, Jazz uses the power of story to build impactful brands that are changing the world and empowers young adults to be leaders of change.



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