2022 Campaign Skills Share, focus on Media/Communications and Fundraising


This event was canceled due to unexpected circumstances


10:30-11:00 Welcoming Remarks - Keynote speaker:  Chery Honkala (invited)

Chery Honkala is Cofounder of the Kensington Welfare Rights Union (KWRU) and Cofounder & National Coordinator of the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign

11:00-3:30 pm Campaign Skills Share - program focused on media and fundraising

See draft schedule at the bottom of this page, register


4:30-6:00 Keynote Speakers Followed by Roundtable on Media and Propaganda


The Current Disinformation Landscape in the US

Zelly Martin, Center for Media Engagement; School of Journalism UT Austin*

Zelly Martin's work centers on the intersections between health communication, disinformation, and political propaganda.  Zelly Martin will speak on the current disinformation landscape in the United States and the roles of platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube, as well as emerging technologies such as encrypted messaging apps. Do the recent interventions by these platforms, go far enough in the fight again disinformation?  What might we expect in the future?

Recent publication on Slate:  The K-Pop Fans Who Have Become Anti-Authoritarian Activists in Myanmar

Elements of Psychological Operations, How to Counteract themPirate4x4.Com : 4x4 and Off-Road Forum - Reply to Topic

Brian Briskey, Iraq War Veteran

Brian Briskey is a War Veteran charged with organizing Psychological Operations in countries like Iraq.

On retiring he saw the same tactics being unleashed in the US.  Speaking from experience, Brian Briskey will review key elements of psychological operations and how to counteract them.

Divided Communities, Conversations Worth Having

Marley Duchovnay, Cofounder and Organizer of Project Divided

Project Divided is a start-up initiative that develops and implements projects that work toward understanding the ways our communities are divided and how we can come together to solve some of the most pressing issues of our day.  Read more about the issue at Projectdivided.com

*Previous publications from the Center for Media Engagement include:

CME, UT Austin, Feb. 11, 2021 Roundtable on Geolocation

Brookings: The disturbing implications of increasingly narrow political ad targeting, February 11, 2021

MIT Tech Review:  The Trump 2020 app is a voter surveillance tool of extraordinary power, June 21, 2020

Propaganda Lab Recent Research





Campaign Skills Share Draft Program

11:00-11:30 (30 min) - Campaign Skills 101 - Define Winning, Campaign Timeline & Planning

11:30-12:00 (30 min) - Tools and Resources used/suggested by Green Party organizers

12:00-12:30 (30 min) - Break out groups - Guided working portion where potential candidates and campaign organizers do some homework

12:30-12:45 (15 min) - Intermission

12:45-1:45 (45 min) - Fundraising Strategy and Treasure Mapping

1:45-2:15 (30 min) -  Breakout groups - Guided working portion where potential candidates and campaign organizers do some homework

2:30-3:30 - Media & PR workshop - beyond press releases

60 min break

4:30-6:00 - Roundtable on Media and Propaganda

With Keynote Speakers:

Zelly Martin, ​Research Associate, Center for Media Engagement, UT Austin School of Journalism

Brian Briskey, Iraq War Veteran, Psychological Operations

Marley Duchovnay, CoFounder, Project Divided


Please REGISTER to attend - we need to ensure sufficient online "space"

February 19, 2022 at 11:00am - February 20, 2022
Virtual COVID sphere
Beaverton, OR
United States
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Convention Committee · · (541) 516-6059

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  • Nathalie Paravicini
    published this page in Events 2021-09-18 01:26:40 -0700