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Blaze Your Trail: Youth Activism Workshop with Nevo Zisin


‘If you’re not pissing someone off, you’re not doing activism right.’

Non-binary performer, writer and activist Nevo Zisin is acutely aware of the power of words: the importance of learning how to wield them, and how to push back when you need to.

In this hands-on workshop for budding activists aged 13 to 21, Nevo will share inspiring stories of powerful young change-makers across a variety of fields, and offer an essential toolkit for getting involved in activism, tackling topics from empowerment and imposter syndrome, to self-confidence, self-care and community-care. Whether you’re passionate about climate change, human rights, gender equality or animal conservation – this workshop will provide you with a practical, creative entry point towards becoming an activist and introduce you to other young people who want to change the world.

Suitable for budding activists aged 13 to 21.

Participants will need to bring a pen and something to write on for this session.

The bookseller for this event is Collins Booksellers.

Presented in partnership with Warrnambool Art Gallery

Due to Covid-19 restrictions venue capacity is unfortunately limited and we will not be able to accommodate walk-ups or a waitlist as may have been the case in the past. Check our website, follow us on social media or sign up to our e-newsletter The Wheeler Weekly for updates and any late ticket releases.



Nevo Zisin

Nevo Zisin (they/them) is a queer, non-binary, Jewish writer, performer, activist and public speaker based in Naarm/Birraranga/Melbourne. They run workshops in schools and professional development training in workplaces around transgender identities. Author of award-winning Finding Nevo (2017), a me... Read more


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