The DigitalAgenda Impact Awards celebrate digital innovations that improve people’s lives and the world around us. Their 2018 winners have just been revealed and there’s four tech-for-social-good innovations that really stood out for me. If you’re a charity taking your first steps on your digital maturity journey take note: SH:24
I’m running a few half-hour social media round table discussions at The Gathering 2017. They’re aimed at those new to social media for third sector organisations. I’ve gathered up some good starting points for you guys: OSCR Social Media Guide Our free guide covers everything you need to know about
I’ve been doing a lot more training and consultancy work with housing associations, in particular I’m interested in how housing providers can use social media to connect with young people. In this guest blog post, Molly Howe, E Communictions Officer at Berneslai Homes, looks at their efforts to connect with Generation
My role at Third Sector Lab has allowed me to work with a number of housing associations and housing charities on social media training and strategy development. Digital isn’t about asking staff to find an additional four hours a week to ‘do’ social media. Rather it offers housing associations an
I cannot believe I’m writing a piece on getting everyone in an organisation involved with social media in 2014, but the reality is most charities and public sector organisations are a long way off truly embracing the medium. Technology isn’t really the issue – it all boils down to trust.
I was asked to take part in a Commission on Strengthening Local Democracy evidence panel session looking at Digital Democracy this week. You can watch the full session above or if you’d rather be spared my rants here’s what I see as some of the key issues or questions we