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WHEN SOCIAL MEDIA SHOWS ITS TRUE POWER: HOW THE MND ASSOCIATION USED TWITTER TO EFFECT CHANGE ALMOST OVERNIGHT

The Motor Neurone Disease Association is no doubt a little stunned (but delighted) by the power of its recent social media campaign. #SelfieAgainstSilence asked supporters to take a picture with their own message under the headline ‘no more delays’ and post them on Facebook or Twitter. 376 more words

Charity

VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas) Team Leader

Rosemarie Middlehurst 

VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas) Team Leader

 Degree subject and year of graduation – (MA) Hons Linguistics, 2014

My current job

Currently I am a Team Leader of a group of young volunteers in Tanzania, Africa for the… 556 more words

Linguistics

Conference: Thrive Bath

The inaugural Thrive Bath Conference takes place on 30th March 2015 at the University of Bath.  Though Thrive Bath predominantly  works within the Bath and North East Somerset area, the conference is open to all. 156 more words

Networking / Training

NHS 5 Year Forward View

The NHS Five Year Forward View published in October 2014, sets out how the health service needs to change, arguing for a new relationship with patients and communities. 166 more words

Transferring assets to the voluntary sector

At the Good Practice Exchange we try to ensure that events we’ve held aren’t the end point for any topic we work on. We try and share ideas, resources and perspectives to hopefully start some conversations and encourage people to identify opportunities to improve their work. 489 more words

English

What Charity Communications Taught Me About PR

This week I start my new job (eek excitement!) and not only is it my big return to agency work, it also marks my departure from many years in the Voluntary and Public Sectors as a Communicator. 638 more words

PR

Prostate cancer – the most common male cancer in Wales

25 February 2015

Article by Amy Clifton, National Assembly for Wales Research Service

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer amongst men in Wales, and is the subject of a debate in Plenary this afternoon. 515 more words

Health