Climate ReDesign is an experimental collaborative project involving climate communicators, advertising professionals and other creatives, who will work together to generate ideas on how to increase measurable mainstream support for action on climate change.
This initiative is non-profit, volunteer run and is part of Melbourne’s State of Design Festival official program.
We are seeking experienced volunteers to help us with managing this event. The main roles include managing/engaging with the event participants, promoting the event, and running the event itself.
If you are interested, please contact Glenn to discuss this further or to clarify any questions you may have.
May 22, 2010
The Humanitarian Crisis Hub invites community groups advocating for human rights in war and conflict to a series of free workshops and evening presentations designed to promote discussion and networking, and improve their practical activism skills and outcomes.
The aim is to convert prominent global cities into positive cultural canvases. To challenge and inspire people to make a positive change in the way they live their lives. Check out this interview in desktop mag
Social by Social offers a free download of their comprehensive guide.
February 25, 2010 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm March 4, 2010 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
For promoting your social cause, hosted at CERES Environment Park
On Thursday I will focus on how to set-up and use a Facebook Fan Page. The following week I’ll talk about how to use Twitter.
February 6, 2010 to February 21, 2010
Showcases a huge range of exhibitors, talks, workshops, art, films and performances celebrating and inspiring sustainable communities.
There are too many great events to list here so check out the program. We will be posting some highlights next week and heading down to create a feature on it.
Anyone wanting to help us write, shoot, interview or code let us know, it will be greatly appreciated.