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Presentation to Synergos Institute´s Fellows - September 2011

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The Power of Technology and Social Media for social change The Power of Technology and Social Media for social change Presentation Transcript

  • The Power ofTechnologyand Social Media for Social Change
    • Lucia Dellagnelo - ICOM
    • Fernanda Bornhausen Sá - IVA
    SynergosFellows
  • Social Networks are aboutcommunities
    Relationships
    Connection
    Articulate
  • Social Media & Its Power…
  • Social Media & Its Power…
  • Clay Shirk(CognitiveSurplus: CreativityandGenerosity in a Connected Age)
    • “Our interconnection is not only a natural and necessary part of our lives but also a force for good”.
    • “Just as brains can do things that no single neuron can do, can social networks do things that no single person can do”
    Professors Nicholas Christakis and James Fowler
  • How Social Media help Non-Profits
  • What is happening? Trends
  • NetworkedNonprofits
    • They are easy for outsiders to get in andinsiders to get out.
    • Theyengagepeople to shapeandsharetheir work in order to raiseawarenessof social issues, organize communities to provideservicesoradvocate for legislation. In thelongrun, they are helping to makethe world a safer, fairer, healthierplace to live.
    NetworkedNonprofits are simpleandtransparentorganizations.
  • NetworkedNonprofits
    • NetworkedNonprofitsdon’t work harderorlongerthanotherorganizations, they work differently. Theyengage in conversationswithpeoplebeyondtheirwalls — lotsofconversations — to build relationshipsthat spread their work throughthe network. Incorporatingrelationshipbuilding as a core responsibilityofallstaffersfundamentallychangestheirto-dolists. Workingthisway is onlypossiblebecauseoftheadventof social media.
    • AllNetworkedNonprofits are comfortableusingthenew social media toolset — digital toolssuch as email, blogs, andFacebookthatencouragetwo-wayconversationsbetweenpeople, andbetweenpeopleandorganizations, to enlargetheireffortsquickly, easilyandinexpensively.
  • http://www.slideshare.net/kanter/networked-nonprofit-slides-3671181
  • Seminars and Summits (examples)
  • http://socialmedia4nonprofits.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Socialmediafornonprofits_NYCProgram.pdf
  • How tecnology can help Organizations to promote social change and sustentability
  • WhyTiB
  • TiB 2010
  • Summary
  • Media coverage
  • TiBResultsandConclusions
  • Available Literature
    Examplesof Books andReferences:
  • Webinars: DIOSA
  • NetworkedNonprofits( examples)
  • Games for Change
  • VOLUNTARIOSONLINE.ORG.BR in Social Netwoks
  • VOLUNTARIOSONLINE.ORG.BR in Social Netwoks
  • VOLUNTARIOSONLINE.ORG.BR in Social Netwoks
    Our Facebook, Twitter, Youtube channels, and Blog, have a crucial role in the ways we mobilize our stakeholders’ chain. 
    Today, we increasingly recruit volunteers and integrate Non-profits through these channels, disseminate our campaigns and create connections betweenpeopleand causes, as visibility of volunteering opportunities keeps growing.
  • Opportunity for Blogging
  • Contact
    Fernanda Bornhausen Sá
    Lucia Dellagnelo