This September and October, join young people from all walks of life to learn, grow and get fired up to lead hard-hitting campaigns for climate justice at this critical point in history.

Date: Saturday 6th - Sunday 7th October
Time: 9am - 6pm (+ social event on Saturday evening)
Location: Leonard Huxley Building 56, Australian National University (ANU)
Canberra, ACT 2601
- Concession - $25
- Waged (working) - $50
- Solidarity (help us provide ticket scholarships to other young people) - $65

We don't want any young person to miss out on this opportunity. So if cost is a barrier, please apply for a ticket scholarship or ticket & travel scholarship below.

Tickets include training, coffee/tea, snacks & lunch for two days + dinner & entertainment on the Saturday evening. They don't include transport to/from the venue, nor accomodation for those who may need it.

Run by and for young people, Climate Justice Bootcamp is a weekend of training, skill-sharing and networking that’s open to any young person. This isn’t a conference or a talkfest - it’s a launchpad for real action and hard-hitting campaigns to solve the climate crisis.

Over two days, you’ll hear from seasoned activists who know how to win campaigns for social change, and meet other people who care as much as you do about creating a better, fairer future.

Plus, we’ll plan powerful campaigns to stop Australia’s biggest coal and gas projects and drive the clean energy transition we need - and give you the chance to put your new skills into action!

This event will be taking place on the stolen land of the Ngunnawal & Ngambri people. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and wish to pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We also pay tribute to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people at Seed who are leading the fight for climate justice.
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Thanks for buying your ticket/applying for a scholarship to come to Climate Justice Bootcamp - we can't wait to see you on Saturday 6th October!

If you have any questions or concerns please get in touch with the organisers by emailing
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