2012 has been a year of celebrations and the Olympics and Paralympics in particular are something I will never forget – the amazing athletes and the great atmosphere at all the events. This year, more than ever, we’ve been able to see how social media can empower people to make a difference and how it gives a voice to people who would otherwise struggle to be heard.
Posts Tagged ‘The Guardian’
Charities need to be proactive about offering multimedia content to journalists and media outlets, says Jude Habib.
A few weeks ago my aunt died. She had been ill with dementia for many years but her death was sudden and unexpected. I loved my aunt dearly but the person I worried most about when she died was her sister, who had tirelessly looked after her for such a long time and was her [...]
What do you get when you bring 40 or so Museum Development Officers (MDOs) together to share ideas? A lot of energy, that’s for sure.
It’s not often that I get the opportunity to spend time out of the office to consider, with others, the importance of museum development. So I invited myself along to the Museum [...]
Recorded live at the Guardian’s Social Enterprise 2010 conference, this episode of the charity effectiveness podcast gets under the skin of social enterprise – the role it plays in the UK today and the opportunities and challenges it brings. Featuring contributions from Allison Ogden-Newton, Rod Schwartz, Dai Powell and social entrepreneur Steve Bomford.
On Thursday 16th September we held our first evening event in partnership the Third Sector PR & Communications Network. Elizabeth Ford, the Editor of the Katine Website at the Guardian, talked about the project and how the Guardian has taken a new approach to reporting development using the web and digital media.
The starter’s pistol has been fired and the race is underway. With the general election fast approaching on the 6th of May we have been putting YOUR questions to the three main parties on the issues affecting the charity and voluntary sectors.