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Street Stall Part III: The Strategic Street Stall

The aims and objectives of your street stall and what you can achieve

James Harvard

4th May 2016
This is the third in the Street Stall Trilogy - although it should maybe be the first you watch.
Here James Harvard, a seasoned anti-EU campaigner, talks about the strategic objectives of your day on the street stall.
We often suspect that the reason we are being asked to operate a street stall is that it is the only person who is asking us can think of. Sometimes, I bet that is true. But it is a mainstay of political campaigning for some good reasons.
Now watch James in the video below

So, there are four good things to be trying to achieve out on your stall. 
He also mentions a couple of operational points covered in the other videos in more depth: the basic necessity of having a street stall with something visible above head height (what is the point of an invisible street stall - and people are still doing that) and the desirability of activists in casual uniform or at least visibly recognisable as being connected to Static Campaign Feature - or stall.
When you have finished, please spend a little more time watching the other two videos in this series on the Street Stall - and then go on to teh other Bruges Group training videos. It is your ability to campaign effectively that will win this referendum. It is not a game so do not play at it.