How International Organisations Tweet 2015
Over the past eight years, most international organisations have embraced social media – and especially Twitter – to increase their outreach and digital impact. Take a look at how these multilateral organisations use Twitter.
UNICEF is the most effective organisation on Twitter
The United Nations Children's Fund (@UNICEF) is the most effective international organisation and also the second most followed international organization. What is the secret of UNICEF’s success? Read our interview with Jim Rosenberg, Chief of Digital Strategy at UNICEF.
Twiplomacy 2014 – Update
World leaders vie for attention, connections and followers on Twitter. Twitter has become a powerful channel for digital diplomacy and 21st century statecraft. Read all about hashtag wars and how foreign ministers have established a virtual diplomatic network.
World Leaders get their news from the New York Times, Reuters, CNN and the Economist
CNN’s @CAmanpour, @FareedZakaria and the New York Times’ @NickKristof are the three most popular journalists followed by world leaders. See who are the world leaders top news sources on Twitter.
World Leaders Selfies
The selfie craze has reached the higher echelons of government. Check out our collection of world leaders selfies on our blog.