Host your own town hall
Town hall workshops provide an opportunity for everyone to 'roll up their sleeves', and get actively involved in developing proposals for sustaining and strengthening ecosystem science and management in Australia. They're an invaluable opportunity for everyone to share their ideas and to work collaboratively in developing proposals for the future.
We'd like as many people as possible to have a chance to experience a town hall so they can engage with their peers and contribute to the Ecosystem Science Long-Term Plan. Unfortunately, there are practical limits to just how many workshops the ESLTP coordinating team can facilitate themselves. Instead, we invite you to consider hosting your own town hall workshop. If this suggestion interests you, read on below to find out how you can do this and to access the resources to help you do it!
The process within a town hall workshop itself is relatively simple:
Tools to run your own town hall
We've tried to provide all the information and tools you need to run your own town hall below. A good tip - start with the Facilitator's Notes as these will tell you all you need to know about preparing for a workshop, running a workshop, and what to do afterwards.
- Facilitator's notes
- Standard powerpoint presentation for facilitators to use in workshop
- The 'Introduction' and 'Emerging Themes' videos
- The proposal templates
- The proposal submission form
Questions and support
If you'd like to talk about organising and running your own town hall workshop please email Bek Christensen (ESLTP Project Coordinator) - she'll be happy to help you out!