WELCOME TOAMSTERDAM
New Communication Technologies               Advisory Council
Introductions
1. Why are you interested in participating in the New Technologies Advisory Council?2. If you are working with a child hel...
1.   Child Helpline International2.   Why dealing with New Media3.   New Media in service delivery4.   New Media in organi...
1.   Child Helpline International2.   Why dealing with New Media3.   New Media in service delivery4.   New Media in organi...
QuizHow long did it take for the following media to reach 50 million users?
Why dealing with new tech?
Where to start?
Stay up-to-date…
…and cool
…and be able to communicate                   with them
We have to involve them!
1.   Child Helpline International2.   Why dealing with New Media3.   New Media in service delivery4.   New Media in organi...
Email
Join the debate!
Thematic content
VoIP
Virtual Environments
Apps
Web Self Services
Chat
Games
CHI Social Networking
1.   Child Helpline International2.   Why dealing with New Media3.   New Media in service delivery4.   New Media in organi...
Organisational Operations
Awareness Raising and Marketing
Advocacy and Lobby
Fundraising andResource Mobilisation
Make It Simple And Transparent
Twitter Updates
Friendraising
New vs. Traditional
1.   Child Helpline International2.   Why dealing with New Media3.   New Media in service delivery4.   New Media in organi...
CHI Strategic Goal 2        Work with thetelecommunications sector   to ensure that children can access child helplines
What we focus on so farToll-free status                           New Services                   Free of cost for         ...
What we invite you to do
Review how your owncommunication tools   and habits have changed in the past             Picture children        years    ...
Child Protection SystemsServices provided by governmentNon-governmental servicesPolice, Emergency servicesPsychologists, P...
Main entry gate to                                      child protection system     Helplines for runaway children        ...
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    1. 1. WELCOME TOAMSTERDAM
    2. 2. New Communication Technologies Advisory Council
    3. 3. Introductions
    4. 4. 1. Why are you interested in participating in the New Technologies Advisory Council?2. If you are working with a child helpline, please share with the group some informationabout your service, your role and expertise. What makes the organisation that yourepresent “special”?3. If you are not working for a child helpline, please share with the group someinformation about your job, company and your working experience and expertise. Whatmakes the company you are working for “special”?4. In relation to new technologies what are you an expert on?What are your strengths in this regard and what can you bring to this group?5. Thinking of child helplines and new technologies, what companies, organisations ornetworks do you think could be interesting partners for CHI?6. Please bring an object that describes who you are and be ready to explain what it isand why it is linked to you.
    5. 5. 1. Child Helpline International2. Why dealing with New Media3. New Media in service delivery4. New Media in organisational development5. CHI Strategic Objective 2
    6. 6. 1. Child Helpline International2. Why dealing with New Media3. New Media in service delivery4. New Media in organisational development5. CHI Strategic Objective 2
    7. 7. QuizHow long did it take for the following media to reach 50 million users?
    8. 8. Why dealing with new tech?
    9. 9. Where to start?
    10. 10. Stay up-to-date…
    11. 11. …and cool
    12. 12. …and be able to communicate with them
    13. 13. We have to involve them!
    14. 14. 1. Child Helpline International2. Why dealing with New Media3. New Media in service delivery4. New Media in organisational development5. CHI Strategic Objective 2
    15. 15. Email
    16. 16. Join the debate!
    17. 17. Thematic content
    18. 18. VoIP
    19. 19. Virtual Environments
    20. 20. Apps
    21. 21. Web Self Services
    22. 22. Chat
    23. 23. Games
    24. 24. CHI Social Networking
    25. 25. 1. Child Helpline International2. Why dealing with New Media3. New Media in service delivery4. New Media in organisational development5. CHI Strategic Objective 2
    26. 26. Organisational Operations
    27. 27. Awareness Raising and Marketing
    28. 28. Advocacy and Lobby
    29. 29. Fundraising andResource Mobilisation
    30. 30. Make It Simple And Transparent
    31. 31. Twitter Updates
    32. 32. Friendraising
    33. 33. New vs. Traditional
    34. 34. 1. Child Helpline International2. Why dealing with New Media3. New Media in service delivery4. New Media in organisational development5. CHI Strategic Objective 2
    35. 35. CHI Strategic Goal 2 Work with thetelecommunications sector to ensure that children can access child helplines
    36. 36. What we focus on so farToll-free status New Services Free of cost for child helplines Regional Online SafetyHarmonisation Organisational Development
    37. 37. What we invite you to do
    38. 38. Review how your owncommunication tools and habits have changed in the past Picture children years communicating in 5 to 10 years from now Picture your With this in mind, think child helpline in 5 -10 about how a network years from now like Child Helpline International can best meet your needs
    39. 39. Child Protection SystemsServices provided by governmentNon-governmental servicesPolice, Emergency servicesPsychologists, Psychiatrists, PediatriciansOnline support servicesAnti-bullying helplinesHelplines for runaway childrenHelplines for sexually abused childrenHelplines for internet safetyAnti-trafficking helplines…….
    40. 40. Main entry gate to child protection system Helplines for runaway children Helplines for sexually abused Helplines for childrensuicide prevention Helplines on eating disorders Helplines on substance abuse Anti-bullying helplines Helplines for disabled children Government services Psychologists, Police, Emergency Psychiatrists, services Pediatricians
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