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(Part 4) UN Social Media Day - Turning moments into movements, Presentations
30 Jan 2015 -  1) Strategic Storytelling in Social Media by Anna K. Nelson @ICRC_DC Spokesperson and Intercross Editor, ICRC Washington, D.C.
This presentation will explore how humanitarian agencies can connect and inspire people to act through strategic storytelling on social media platforms. It will also examine how the strategic use of social media and content sharing platforms can extend the reach and impact of offline events.

2) Knowledge, Conflict and Creation: Lessons from Wikipedia by Katherine Maher @krmaher Chief Communications Officer, Wikipedia Foundation
Wikipedia is the largest collaborative knowledge project in human history. It includes more than 34 million articles over 288 different language versions. Every single one of the articles, photos, and other media was added by a volunteer editor. Katherine Maher will share what we can learn from collaborative global creation and what the incentives are that encourage people to partici- pate.

All Out: Are you in? by Andre Banks @andre_banks Co-founder and Executive Director, All Out
Andre Banks will share how All Out harnesses social media to amplify action, bringing people power to its movement for LGBT equality. With an internet-driven strategy, All Out has mobilized millions of people around the world to stand up for love and equality by taking advantage of key moments to shift policy and cultural norms.
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