Youth Climate Comms toolkit final | Page 2

How this toolkit will help you - and how to use it
How this toolkit will help you - and how to use it
This toolkit has been co-created with young people for young people and accompanies in-person training and e-learning materials . You can find out more about these by heading to our Instagram channel climate . action . hub
This toolkit is split into four ( colour-coded ) sections :
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Effective team working , skills audit and defining our action project Understanding different worldviews - including those from different sides of the political spectrum , and people in positions of power and influence 3 . Communicating your message 4 . Evaluation and impact
Together , the information and tasks within will help you to : Work as a team , determine your strengths and weaknesses , and define your social action project ( p4-15 ) Persuade diverse audiences to take action ( p17-20 and p39-40 ) Engage and storytell effectively ( p24-25 ) Design inspiring posters ( p27-28 ) Design engaging displays and activities for public events ( p29-32 ) Deliver effective social media campaigns ( p33-35 ) Create a campaign film on a budget ( p36-38 ) Evaluate your impact ( p42-43 ) Develop your own skills and competencies for social entrepreneurship and sustainable development ( p44 ) Reflect on your experiences ( p45 )
Also included is a a list of websites and resources , should you wish to further your learning or take part in similar activities and programmes relating to climate action and sustainability careers ( p46 ).