Why attend a better information workshop?
Whether you're a lawyer, a community worker or a communications professional, it's important that the information you produce is clear, easy to understand and accessible. Creating better information gives more people the opportunity to meaningfully engage with the law, which leads to better justice.
Our better information workshops connect you to communications experts to equip you with the skills you need to produce interesting and engaging information. Previous sessions have focused on web design, podcasting, social media and design thinking.
Using case studies effectively
10:00am – 11:15am, Wednesday, 14 October 2020
You’re developing a resource for a target audience and want to make sure you are using case studies in a credible and ethical way. What are some of the issues you might need to take into account?
This webinar will explore this through a recent project by the Office of the Public Advocate, which worked with Reinforce, a self-advocacy organisation run for and by people with an intellectual disability. We will explore the challenges and learnings from that project, with an opportunity for audience interaction.
Who can attend?
Community legal organisations and those on our invitation list are given priority. Register your interest below to join our invitation list and we’ll be in touch.
Looking to improve your communication?
Check out our library of helpful communication resources