May 18, 3pm - 6pm EST

If believing strength in numbers is how we win long-term change, then coalitions are a natural step that many organizations take. But what makes a coalition able to sustain inevitable conflict? Under what conditions should coalitions be started or ended? How can coalitions begin with clarity and intentionality?

This workshops covers the fundamentals of creating a strong coalition. There are steps you can take to develop clear expectations, community agreements and conflict resolution practices that will keep your coalition strong for the long-haul. This workshop will offer concrete steps you can take will give you time to work on plans that you can take back to your organization.

This is an interactive online workshop. Be prepared to practice and receive feedback. Having a computer with strong internet connection and the ability to connect to video will ensure the best experience.

By the end of this workshop you will have:

  • Identified best practices for developing and maintaining a coalition

  • Developed a set of criteria for coalition development that can be used in your local work

  • Articulated clear next steps and received feedback

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We ask that participants pay what they are able based on their income or the size of their organization so that we can provide affordable workshops and coaching to people who typically have the least access. If cost is a barrier to your participation, please reach out about scholarships or discounts available through our Solidarity Fund.


$50- $100 for three hours

You are eligible for this rate if you are participating as an individual or if your organization has an annual budget of less than $300,000


$125- $200 for three hours

You are eligible for this rate if your organiziation has an annual budget of $300,000- $1M


$275- $350 for three hours

You are eligible for this rate if your organization has an annual budget over $1M