The internet presents huge opportunities but also huge challenges for campaigners dealing with global issues. On November 7th, we’ll be launching a new research report written by me for the International Broadcasting Trust that looks at how UK NGOs campaign online about aid and development and, how, in the wake of the Kony 2012 campaign, they could be much more effective in the online sphere. The research findings will be discussed by a panel of media and development experts.
Get the eBook of the full academic report with footnotes and expanded case studies here.
Mark Galloway, Director, IBT
Charlie Beckett, Director, POLIS, LSE
Alice Fenyoe, Senior Account Manager, TWResearch
Sue Bishop, Director of Communications, ActionAid
Sam Barratt, Director of Campaigns and Communication, Avaaz
Dominic Nutt, Director of Communications and Marketing, Roehampton University
Wednesday November 7th – 6-8pm with drinks afterwards
Room 202, Second Floor, Clement House, London School of Economics, Aldwych, London WC2A 2AE
To attend you must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can buy a Kindle version of the full academic version of the report here