Can you help free the world from hunger? Oxfam seeks Exeter activists for Café IF
Oxfam South West is planning to set up a collaborative project with Devon activists and community groups to explore several topics, revolving around the IF campaign (aid, taxation, transparency, and land).
Café IF is a series of café evenings at a local venue, bringing together people who want to see a world free from hunger.
They are looking for people who are willing to do some informal, creative and inspiring presentations about five main topics: food justice, aid, taxation, transparency, and land grabs.
The hope is that local people organising a local, interactive café evening will make IF accessible to a new audience, and help people engage with the topics more meaningfully and in more depth.
If talking isn’t your thing, Oxfam South West are also on the lookout for people to help with booking venues, identifying local speakers, publicising the event through networks and groups etc, and helping deliver coordinate the event too.
To find out more or to suggest a topic for an event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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