Hi there folks! We’re running a workshop next month on ‘e-campaigning’; using social media for social change, and how an in depth understanding of the broader changes (in communication, learning, sharing and management) enabled by online technology, can help your organisation to get more from your online campaigns.
It’s happening from 2:00-4:30 on November 1st, in Central London and is being run on a Pay What You Think Its Worth basis (not as catchy as PWYC, I know…). We only have a limited number of spaces available, so please book-on and help share the details with the managers in your lives who may not yet have taken-up the technologies some of are finding more-and-more critical to our campaigning work.
You can register below, or read more about the event and register on the Eventbrite page itself, at http://ecampaigning.eventbrite.com/
Look forward to seeing some of you there!
‘Managing e-Campaigns: Why social organisations get more from social media for social change’
November 1, 2010, 2:00-4:30pm. Central London
Tags: campaigns training, charity training, e-campaigning, eCampaigning, management, public workshop, social change, social media training, social organisations, voluntary sector management, voluntary sector training