1. INTRODUCTION

2. How long did it take before the first protests took place?

3. How did YOU organise the protests?

4. What worked particularly well?

Everyone is always super busy, specially families,
so make it really easy to:

1. Organise the protest

2. join the protest

The “Guide”

The Poster maker

Street already closed to traffic when families leave the school

Music 🥁

30 min.
protest

make them feel part
of a movement:

(SO THEY DON'T FEEL ALONE)

1. shared communication
#schoolrebellion

2. a group on each city to share organization doubts
Whatsapp/telegram

3. press & media coverage
propagation + relevance

5. What does a typical school protest look like?

the days before:

1. spread the word

2. press release

3. prepare banners

the day of the protest:

16:00h:
organizers meet at the school

16:15h:
police cuts the street

16:30h:
families join the protest

17:15h:
the protest ends

6. What is the main advice you would give to a group that wants to organise school protests?

You just need a few other parents who believe in this, to start the protest.

And as we said before, coordinate with other PTA from your city and make it easy for families to join.

7. What is the most impressive protest you managed to organise?

Last Friday, March 12th, there were
67 simultaneous road blocks
in seven cities

47 in

BCN

The media is talking about it, POLITICIANS ARE TALKING ABOUT IT, and we hope city governments start taking actions.

Workshop #SchoolRebellion

By Guille Lopez

Workshop #SchoolRebellion

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