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International Women’s Day: Using Technology to Empower Women and Girls

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March 8th is International Women’s Day.  This day was intended to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.   But progress in gender parity has been slowed in many places across the world, especially in developing countries.

To mark the date, the One Campaign has shared a research report called “Poverty is Sexist,” that documents how extreme poverty hurts girls and women harder and in different ways than it does boys and men, and to demand targeted action to support girls and women.  … Read More

How Gen Z Donors Harness the Power of Online Giving

Note from Beth: Next week, I’ll be keynoting the “Future of Social Media Conference” in London hosted by Social Misfits in partnership with Facebook, JustGiving, the Hospital Club Foundation, and the Guardian Voluntary Sector Network.  I’ll be talking about the next generation of donors and how they use social media, mobile, and other technology to raise money for causes they care about.    

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Nine Digital Marketing Lessons Nonprofits Can Learn from charity: water

Image from Flickr by Xurble

 

Note From Beth: The power of observation is key to learning and perfecting any practice or skill.    Observation is not just scanning or browsing, but looking at another organization’s practice with a critical thinking lens and gaining insights.    

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Cambodia: Responsible Tourism: Part 3

This is the third of a three-part post about what I learned about social media, NGOs, and Social Change in Cambodia during my “homecoming trip.”      Part 1 was about NGOs in Cambodia, focusing on the work of the Sharing Foundation.  … Read More

Cambodia Bloggers: Five Years Later – Part 2

This is the second of a three-part post about what I learned about social media, NGOs, and Social Change in Cambodia during my “homecoming trip.”   Part 1 was about NGOs in Cambodia, focusing on the work of the Sharing Foundation.    … Read More