Many organisations struggle to define their social media presence and have questions like…
Which channels should we use? What are we trying to achieve? Who are we trying to reach? What content do we need to develop? What does success look like and how do we measure it? How much time should we invest in this? Do we really need a Snapchat account?
These questions may sound familiar. They are to us – we’ve recently been through this ourselves.
At this session our Communications Manager Matthew Hurst will share his recent experience of redefining the Foundation’s social media presence following our change in functions.
9:30 am – 12:00 pm, Wednesday, 27 November 2019, Melbourne
Why attend a better information workshop?
Whether you’re a lawyer, a community worker or a communications professional, it’s important that the information you produce is clear, easy to understand and accessible. Creating better information gives more people the opportunity to meaningfully engage with the law, which leads to better justice.
Our better information workshops connect you to communications experts to equip you with the skills you need to produce interesting and engaging legal information. Previous sessions have focused on web design, podcasting, social media and design thinking.
Who can attend?
Community legal organisations and those on our invitation list are given priority. Register your interest below to join our invitation list and we’ll be in touch.
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