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Tuesday
Jan102012

Three Upcoming Nonprofit Events and Conferences to Check Out

Advocacy Rising In 2012:  What this Means for your Organization?

From "Arab Spring" to rallies and movements bubbling up across the US, people around the world are organizing and demanding change. Whether your organization is local or national, with the right tools and techniques, you can tap into the rising tide of advocacy and make your voice heard.

This moderated discussion hosted Jeanette Russel of Salsa Labs and featuring Colin Delany founder editor of Epolitics.com and myself (Allyson Kapin) will explore how activists can harness this unprecedented energy to move policy while strengthening our organizations during this heated presidential election year.

When: January 19th from 4PM to 5:30PM.

Click Here to Register. It’s free.


Social Media Strategy Summit, Las Vegas

The Social Media Strategy Summit is packed with some great sessions where attendees will learn how to:

  • Optimize your organization’s Facebook presence
  • Utilize Twitter to communicate with customers
  • Increase search engine optimization
  • Use social media promotions to engage
  • Leverage word of mouth marketing
  • Engage brand loyalists and dissatisfied customers
  • Take advantage of the many social media platforms

Care2’s Eric Rardin will be speaking on the panel “Cause Marketing and High Level Engagement” which will discuss how brands can leverage social networks and achieve high level engagement to grow their reputations and business.

Frogloop has a 15% discount code for nonprofits. The code is Mike15

When: February 7-9, 2012

Click Here to Register

 

Rootscamp     

This year marks the 6th anniversary of the Rootscamp “Unconference” where organizers set the agenda, share lessons learned and drive the conversation about best practices in organizing. This year’s RootsCamp will debrief and celebrate the tremendous work organizers did in 2011, regardless if they won or lost and start preparing for the work ahead of us in the progressive movement in 2012.

Session ideas that attendees have already posted range from “New Media Techniques in 2012” and a public narrative training around storytelling to build movements.

When: February 18-19

Click Here to Register


What nonprofits events coming up are you excited about?

Reader Comments (1)

The 2012 Summit of Youth in Care will connect young leaders from across the globe, bringing into existence a social network with enormous potential to challenge and to change current practices and policies.

June 26-28: Youth in Care World Congress: 30 invited delegates on-site and hundreds more around the globe will work for three days to share experiences and discuss the challenges they have faced in care and the transitions. Using these shared experiences, they will create the foundation for the first draft of the International Youth in Care Standards for Practices and Policies. We will be linking with other youth in care globally through an online Virtual World Congress.

June 29: Multi-generational Forum on Transition: Young activists, development professionals and policy-makers will engage in discussion together to find new answers and develop new standards for transition related practices and policies.
February 3, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLatrice Ware

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