By Andrew Stroehlein @AStroehlein, European Media Director, Human Rights Watch, @HRW At Human Rights Watch, we usually see our work as having three parts – investigate, expose, change – and Twitter has become critical to all three. When we are […]
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By Mike Hanley, @mikeh101, Head of Digital Communications @WEF The Forum has some natural advantages when it comes to digital communications. We cover a huge range of diverse topics, from the environment and climate through to economic competitiveness, from the […]
By Vanessa Lim Singh @vansls, Digital Engagement Specialist at @WWF International At WWF International, we believe that digital engagement is one of the most powerful mediums to mobilize audiences, and propel us to our mission of creating a sustainable future. […]
By Maria Lazarte, @MariaLazarte, Social Media Manager, International Organization for Standardization @ISOStandards On social we work hard to change the old perception that standards are technical and dusty, by emphasizing the role they play in our daily lives. Because the […]
By Béatrice Frey @BeaFrey, Global Social Media Lead, @UN_Women Managing a global network of digital communications and social media work is not easy. It is challenging to preserve a consistent brand while allowing the necessary flexibility to adequately communicate and […]