We're more connected than ever before, but sadly that brings challenges - even for charities. Panellists from Help for Heroes, Tearfund and the British Red Cross give their tips on tackling hate on social media in this Charity Digital webinar. They discuss their experiences and the measurements they’ve put in place to prevent hate and bullying online. Essential viewing if you or your campaign is the recipient of online trolling.
Digital inclusion and the power of micro-local is the subject of this event from Village in the City. AI Mathers of Good Things Foundation focuses on sharing learning on the how local groups and organisations can support each other and people in their neighbourhoods using all things digital.
12 May, 5-6pm.
Setting up or supporting a democratic business? Then check out Stir to Action’s New Economy Programme webinars coming up – and you can even apply for a fully funded place.
The other webinar topics are ‘Worker Co-ops: How to Get Started’, and ‘Community Business in Back and Minoritised Communities.’
Copyright, while sounding complicated and boring, is an important thing to get right. This guide from Heritage Digital (available with an accompanying webinar recording if that’s more your thing) outlines the key considerations when working with suppliers on digital content. It’ll help you understand what you can do with the digital content you commission, without breaking any copyright rules and regs.
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