Upcoming Event: Social Media Skillshare #Manchester Tues 14 March

This month’s Manchester Friends of the Earth meeting features a skillshare on all things to do with the media (social or otherwise), publicity and communications.  Come along us and tell us what skills you would like to learn or what skills you can share with others…

Do you know your Twitter from your Snapchat, Facebook or Flickr?

Do you tweet

Do you want to learn how to use social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram), write a press release, create videos?  Or do you have social media, design or photography skills that you can share?  Would you like to help reach more people with campaign messages on climate change, fracking, clean air, nature campaign, recycling, active travel….

The event is open to anyone involved in environment, social & economic justice campaigns across Greater Manchester and is a ‘taster’ session for people to learn and share skills and  identify people’s interests and (future) training needs.

Come along and learn about Twitter, how to write great press releases, community journalism and video training courses and effective communication skills.

Invited organisations include: Manchester Community Reporters, Salford Star, The Meteor and others.  [But oddly not Manchester Climate Monthly!  Was it something(s) I wrote?]

All welcome.

Please email office@manchesterfoe.org.uk  if you would like to attend to give us an idea of numbers.

The meeting will be on the 2nd Floor of the Green Fish Resource Centre, 46-50 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LE.  The building has lift access, hearing loop facilities and accessible toilets.


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