Connecting Humanity: Best Practices in Humanitarian Communications Conference

 

An interactive conference focussing on successes, challenges and getting ahead in a diverse, complex, and fast-changing world. 


Humanitarians have powerful stories to tell. Every day they’re providing relief to those in need. They help people who are living through incredible hardship, often fleeing violence, recovering from disaster, or facing health challenges like HIV or Ebola. It’s up to humanitarian organizations to help bring those stories home to Canadians.

Please join us for Connecting Humanity: Best Practices in Humanitarian Communications. Hear from experts who have worked internationally to increase awareness and engagement around humanitarian issues. Humanitarian studies, and communications students, as well as working professionals are invited to the half-day conference at Royal Roads University in Victoria, B.C. on Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. Be part of the discussion, sharing best practices around imagery, digital media, and using technology to reach the most vulnerable. 

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Date:
Friday January 26, 2018

Time: 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Location:
Centre for Dialogue
Learning and Innovation Centre (4th floor)
Royal Roads University
2005 Sooke Road
Victoria, BC
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Cost: Free (Registration Required)

Livestream: Link coming soon

Featured Speakers:
  • Nathan Huculak, Deputy Chief Communications Officer, Canadian Red Cross
  • Nicole Robicheau, Communications and International Operations Manager, Canadian Red Cross
  • Other speakers to come
Keynote Address: Overview of Humanitarian Communications (livestream)
 
Sessions:
  • Use of Imagery in Humanitarian Communications
  • Digital Media in Humanitarian Communications
  • Reaching the Most Vulnerable through Technology
Panel Discussion: Humanitarian Communications in a Diversified, Complex and Changing World (livestream)

Conference Agenda:  Click here to view

For more information, please e-mail connectinghumanity@redcross.ca

 

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