Praxis’ training, technical assistance and capacity building is a cornerstone of our work to support communities building power for health justice. Using principles of popular education and other liberatory, people-centered pedagogy, Praxis supports communities’ efforts to improve health through changing the structural conditions that impact well-being. We also provide training to local health departments, public health collaboratives and other agencies interested in increasing health equity and justice at the local level.
Praxis emphasizes institutional- and systemically-focused strategies rooted in an intersectional framework, with factors such as race, class and gender at the center of analysis and action. Praxis also values authentic voices in all aspects of our training. When we design a training, it is often in collaboration with a community partner who has extensive practical experience in the training topics.
Some of our training topics include:
Policy, Systems and Environmental Change
Moving Local Policy for Health Justice
Sugary Drink Taxes: Inception, Campaigns, and Community Investments for Health Justice
Health Justice: Strategies to Build Healthy Communities
Trauma-Informed and Healing Centered, Community-Led Advocacy for Health Justice
Bridges for Health: Authentic Partnerships to Achieve Health Justice
Social Media, Communications and Messaging for Health Justice
Fundraising and Development
Forming and Facilitating Communities of Learning/Learning Circles
Additional training content or strategic sessions can be developed and tailored to meet your needs. Use the form below to start a dialogue on how we can work together to design a session targeted to your audience.
To explore a training, please fill out the below Training Inquiry Form. Staff will follow up with you within 1-3 business days.