Upcoming events

Hi All, the 2015 Social Media week, Lagos kicked off on Sunday the 22nd of February and will run till the 27th of February. There are so many sessions designed to teach you the best from the Social media perspective.  From blogging to politics to education, music, arts, business, religion and human rights!

We are so excited about this and we already got registered for so many of the sessions. A total of 256 seasoned speakers are available to share their expertise with us. It is an opportunity worth taking advantage of. 

Hosted by HACEY Health Initiative
DATE: Thu, Feb 26, 2015
TIME: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
VENUE: The Barack Obama American Corner,
Ovie Brume Foundation
29, Gafar Animashaun Street
Off Molade Okoya street, Ajose Adeogun
Victoria Island, Lagos
Tel: 0813-196-7570


Speaking at this event are:
Dr Joe Okei-Odumakin– Executive Director, WOmen Arise for Change Initiative

Barr Titi Akosa– Executive Director, Center for 21st Century Issues

Ms Rashmi Singh – Executive Director, Gender and Diversity CARE India

Ms Bukky Shonibare– Chief Executive Officer, 555 Consulting Limited

The event provides an opportunity for participants to learn about the different tools that are used for online campaigns, advocacy and education on issues of gender based violence. It will also explore the success and challenges of using social media as a tool for gender based violence prevention. This event is suitable for individuals, groups, nongovernmental organizations, funders and government bodies working on gender or girl issues.

This event will be streamed live on the following platforms:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/handsupforher
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/handsup4her (@handsup4her)
Online Radio: http://handsupforher.listen2myradio.com
Live on Google plus: http://bit.ly/stopvag
Live on YouTube: http://bit.ly/stopvagyoutube

You need to be registered to attend.  Visit http://www.socialmediaweek.org to do so.

Learn and have fun.

Photo credit: http://www.socialmediaweek.org
Source: http://www.socialmediaweek.org


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