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Thursday, March 13 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Going Global: Online Organizing in the Emerging World

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This session is for nonprofit strategists who want to broaden their perspective on how online organizing is flourishing in countries in Africa, China, the Middle East and beyond. It will look at the five similarities and five differences to digital organizing in the U.S. versus other regions of the world. Attendees will walk away with: 1) New strategies and tools/tactics that are having a huge impact internationally and can be directly applied to campaigns you are working on; and 2) The Golden List of Best Practices - those that have proven to be universal in digital organizing, regardless of geography.

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Jesse Danzig

Principal, Global Wave Digital

Eno Isong

Associate Director of Communications, Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids

Joshua Peck

Principal, For Good Strategies
Josh is an expert in using emerging technology to facilitate mass participation in issue advocacy and elections. He has played a leading role in many of the largest organizing and electoral efforts to date, and has applied his experience to enhance individual participation across... Read More →
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Michael Silberman

Global Director, Mobilisation Lab at Greenpeace
Michael Silberman is the Global Director of the Digital Mobilisation Lab at Greenpeace. The "MobLab" exists to transform how campaigns are fought and won, pioneering a powerful new era of people-powered strategies that amplify campaign impact and create positive change. Silberman... Read More →

Thursday March 13, 2014 1:30pm - 3:00pm EDT
Maryland A
  Strategy, Breakout

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