On Environmentality today we spoke to the lovely Jodi Jackson about her new group the ‘Community Organisations Network’.
The Community Organisations Network is a facebook page that has been established to empower community organisations to build up their profiles on social media, and to grow their membership. You can join the group by clicking on the following link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1400639920243573/.
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Jodi established the ‘Community Organisations Network’ last week. The network is a platform where community organisations are provided with bite sized pieces of information that they can use to make small changes in their organisations. On the platform they are encouraged to engage in open and honest conversations about challenges, to share wins, and to learn how they can work with other organisations to provide real benefits to their community.
Jodi is interested in providing support to all kinds of community organisation including sporting clubs, gardening groups, ‘Friends of’ groups and community service organisations. If are would like to build up the profile of your group, or wish to share some of your experiences, join the facebook group!
Jodi has been providing support to countless community organisations over the past four years helping them to increase their membership and reach. On the program we discussed a variety of types of social media and how they should and can be used to promote organisations. Listen to the program to learn more!
If you are interested in hearing from all of the Wills candidates about their policies on climate action and sustainability, make sure you attend Wills Election Climate Forum! The event will be chaired by Cinnamon Evans from CERES and the politicians who have confirmed their attendance include: Zane Alcorn (Socialist Alliance); Tristram Chellew (Sex Party); Camille Kennedy-Sydow (Animal Justice Party); Peter Khalil (Labor); and Samantha Ratnam (Greens).
The event will be held on the 30th of May at 7.00pm at in the Concert Hall within the Coburg Town Hall on 90 Bell Street. RSVP here!
Make sure you tune into the program next week! We will be speaking to Kulja Coulston, the Editor of Sanctuary Magazine about the latest issue of the magazine.
Music Selection: ‘St. South’ by Slacks; ‘West Coast’ a cover by James Vincent Mc Morrow; ‘Quattro’ by Calexico; and ‘Toi et Moi’ by Tyro.