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Join us in this webinar where we look at the power of social media to effect social change and to do so at a local, national and also global level.

You can book a place on this webinar at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/using-social-media-for-engagement-social-change-tickets-33394289218 and you will then be sent your login details.

These webinars are free for GlobalNet21 members and £2 each for non members. You can join on our Eventbrite site and choose to join this webinar or sign up to GlobalNet21 so you can access all our coming webinars (and meetings as well) free for the next 12 months

Social Media is an effective way of engaging with people and then connecting them for social change. That change can be personal, collective and political. It can bring people together across the globe with common resolve to make a better world.

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Join us in this webinar where we look at the power of social media to effect social change and to do so at a local, national and also global level.

You can book a place on this webinar at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/using-social-media-for-engagement-social-change-tickets-33394289218 and you will then be sent your login details.

These webinars are free for GlobalNet21 members and £2 each for non members. You can join on our Eventbrite site and choose to join this webinar or sign up to GlobalNet21 so you can access all our coming webinars (and meetings as well) free for the next 12 months

Social Media is an effective way of engaging with people and then connecting them for social change. That change can be personal, collective and political. It can bring people together across the globe with common resolve to make a better world.

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Join us in this webinar where we look at the power of social media to effect social change and to do so at a local, national and also global level.

You can book a place on this webinar at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/using-social-media-for-engagement-social-change-tickets-33394289218 and you will then be sent your login details.

These webinars are free for GlobalNet21 members and £2 each for non members. You can join on our Eventbrite site and choose to join this webinar or sign up to GlobalNet21 so you can access all our coming webinars (and meetings as well) free for the next 12 months

Social Media is an effective way of engaging with people and then connecting them for social change. That change can be personal, collective and political. It can bring people together across the globe with common resolve to make a better world.


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These are photos of a meeting held in April 2017 in the House of Commons on the importance of the Sustainable Development Goals to Africa.

It was held with a number of organisations including the Africa Diaspora Forum and GloablNet21 and was organised by Julliet Makhapila​

https://youtu.be/lzgrHBR3iGM

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These are photos of a meeting held in April 2017 in the House of Commons on the importance of the Sustainable Development Goals to Africa.

It was held with a number of organisations including the Africa Diaspora Forum and GloablNet21 and was organised by Julliet Makhapila​

https://youtu.be/lzgrHBR3iGM

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The Wilberforce Society is holding a symposium bringing together the four most active student think tanks from across the UK to present their most novel research papers representing engaged student voices on 21st century policy questions.

This would be interesting for the GlobalNet21 as ideas that come out of this generation of student thinkers are particularly innovative, and this events presents the most thorough examples of student policy research.

It will fit in well with many of the issuers discussed in GlobalNet21
You can find out more and register at

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/uk-student-policy-forum-tickets-32551559591

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The Wilberforce Society is holding a symposium bringing together the four most active student think tanks from across the UK to present their most novel research papers representing engaged student voices on 21st century policy questions.

This would be interesting for the GlobalNet21 as ideas that come out of this generation of student thinkers are particularly innovative, and this events presents the most thorough examples of student policy research.

It will fit in well with many of the issuers discussed in GlobalNet21
You can find out more and register at

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/uk-student-policy-forum-tickets-32551559591

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We would like to invite you to our House of Commons Meeting hosted by Tom Brake MP and that we are running jointly with the London Futurists on “Democracy In The Digital Age.”

This meeting will take place on Tuesday May 2nd in the House of Commons at 6.30pm and you can register for this meeting at https://www.meetup.com/GlobalNet21/events/238587869/

We hope to discuss at this meeting - to what extent has the digital age with social media, big data and the global reach of this changed all our democracies forever. Will it lead to a more participatory future and direct democracy or will the age of big data enable governments and corporations to control us without our active participation?

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We would like to invite you to our House of Commons Meeting hosted by Tom Brake MP and that we are running jointly with the London Futurists on “Democracy In The Digital Age.”

This meeting will take place on Tuesday May 2nd in the House of Commons at 6.30pm and you can register for this meeting at https://www.meetup.com/GlobalNet21/events/238587869/

We hope to discuss at this meeting - to what extent has the digital age with social media, big data and the global reach of this changed all our democracies forever. Will it lead to a more participatory future and direct democracy or will the age of big data enable governments and corporations to control us without our active participation?
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