Webinar for EU Grantees / Communication for Impact: Social Media

EU grantees (civil society organisations implementing EU-funded projects) from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine are invited to participate in our next webinar “Communication for Impact: Social Media”.

Over the last 15 years, communication has seen drastic changes. If asked to describe today’s ideal communication, ‘person-centered’, ‘horizontal’ and ‘engaging’ would be the key features. If this description reminds you of social media, you are right, because these were the media that caused most of the recent changes. And while 99.9% of civil society groups and organisations are present in at least one out of more than 100 social networks, the question remains on what we really know about the key ones. At the webinar, we will compare our experiences of getting social, reflect on what social media are good for and how we know whether we are using them in the right way, and see if there is a space to improve our social media practices.

This webinar is scheduled for January 22, 2020 at 14:00 Brussels time (please check your local time!).  The webinar will last between 60 and 90 minutes. In case you are interested to attend you are  invited to send an email to the following helpdesk address to confirm your interest before  January 21, at noon Brussels All webinars will be held in English!

We aim to organise around 12 webinars for civil society organisations from now until November 2020, so please keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for opportunities! You can also check here the video from our previous webinars and useful Tips and Tricks on 1) Better Reporting for the EU; 2) Communication for Impact: Focused; and 3) Civil Participation in Decision-Making Process.

In addition, our helpdesk can provide advice / support to grantees on issues such EU visibility and better public outreach, EU reporting, best practices in EU grant management, financial support to third parties / sub-granting (measuring impact, calls for sub-grantees, monitoring sub-grantees, etc.), making better use of digital tools for organizational management and communication, participation in policy-making processes, better advocacy and campaigning, better fundraising, other international funding opportunities available for CSOs, etc. If you want to start using the helpdesk, please fill in this ONLINE FORM or send your inquiries in English to:

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