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We prepared these slides to open up the conversation during our local Social Good Day meetup. Feel free to use them too! …

We prepared these slides to open up the conversation during our local Social Good Day meetup. Feel free to use them too!

Prepared as an activity of the School of Big Thinking, an initiative of Josephmark.

www.schoolofbigthinking.com
www.josephmark.com.au

Learn more about Mashable and (RED)'s Social Good Day here:
http://mashable.com/2010/09/13/join-in-celebrating-social-good-day-social-media-for-socialgood/

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  • 1. 33 million people in the world have AIDS, 22 million live in Africa.
  • 2. Every day, 3,800 people die in sub-Saharan Africa from AIDS – a preventable and treatable disease.
  • 3. It costs just 40 cents a day for the life-saving medicine someone living with HIV/AIDS in Africa needs to help them live a healthy and productive life. Watch Bono, Penelope Cruz, & so many more friends of (RED) show the power of what 40 cents can buy in our PSA.
  • 4. What solutions are you coming up with to address some of the world challenges, such as the UN’s Millennium Development Goals, which include (RED)’s specific cause – helping to eliminate AIDS in Africa?
  • 5. What’s the most effective channel to spread awareness and generate money for causes: Twitter? Facebook? YouTube?
  • 6. Are you more active in social causes since the emergence of social media? How?
  • 7. How can you use geo-location apps like FourSquare and Gowalla for causes?
  • 8. Which social causes are getting it right and why?
  • 9. How would you use social media to spread awareness about (RED)’s efforts to help eliminate AIDS in Africa?