Children Program | Writing for Impact

30 Oct 2022 12:30 - 14:30
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Valley View Stage. Taman Baca @Festival Hub (Google Maps)

To truly move your audience, your words should cut through them. Claire O’Rourke, a campaigner and journalist, has been working in the field of journalism for over 20 years and has campaigned through organizations such as Every Australian Counts and the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Learn from Claire’s extensive experience in journalism and strategic communications to structure your writing across a variety of media and drive your reader to action.

Untuk benar-benar menggerakkan audiens Anda, kata-katamu harus bisa menyentuh mereka. Claire O’Rourke, seorang juru kampanye dan jurnalis, telah bekerja di bidang jurnalisme selama lebih dari 20 tahun dan telah berkampanye melalui organisasi seperti Every Australian Counts dan National Disability Insurance Scheme. Belajarlah dari pengalaman luas Claire dalam jurnalisme dan komunikasi strategis untuk menyusun tulisanmu di berbagai media dan mendorong pembacamu untuk bertindak.

This session is presented in English

Suitable for ages 8-12


Claire O’Rourke

Claire O’Rourke is an author, environmentalist, and activist. She has worked for two decades in the field of journalism, communications, and campaigns both in Australia and abroad. Her debut book, …

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