Upcoming trainings and registration links are listed below. Keep an eye on this page for further announcements. Please note that Know Your Rights trainings are a prerequisite for LO trainings, so if you are hoping to attend an LO training, please make sure to attend one of these first.

All trainings are FREE. Trainings are held on Zoom (online) unless otherwise stated. We are hoping to run a mixture of trainings online and in person around the country.

If you have any questions about trainings, please contact the Training Collective by email: gbctrainings@protonmail.com  or call the protest support line (07946 541 511).

Upcoming Events

Online Know Your Rights trainings, which will include our new sections on the Public Order Act and what we’ve learned from policing under the act so far. Please sign up using the links below, the cut off date for signing up is Sunday 14th May 2023.

KYR Monday 22nd May 2023, 6.30-9pm: https://form.jotform.com/230335382542350
KYR Wednesday 24th May 2023, 6.30-9pm: https://form.jotform.com/231273546851357

Online LO training:  This training will also contain new information on the Public Order Act and its implications for legal observers.

LO training, Sat 20th and Sunday 28th May 2023, both dates 1.30-5pm: https://form.jotform.com/231273178712354

Please note that in order to get a place on the LO training, you must already have attended one of our KYR trainings, and you must be available for both the dates below.

We know there is high demand for these trainings at present. We will be publishing more dates as they become available. If you can’t make these dates, there will be more opportunities soon.


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Key Messages

  • No Comment
  • You do not need to answer police questions, so don’t.

  • No Personal Details
  • You don't have to give details under ANY stop and search power.

  • No Duty Solicitor
  • Use a recommended solicitor with protest experience.

  • No Caution
  • They admit guilt for an alleged offence that might never get to court.

  • What Power?
  • Ask "What power?" to challenge a police officer to act lawfully.