MANILA, Philippines – The internet is a powerful engagement tool for social change. It creates a platform to share information, experiences, and stories across geographies and time zones. It sparks movements and inspires collective action.
This session of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps training (#CRinPH) taught the fundamentals on participating, collaborating, and partnering online to get your message not just heard, but shared and acted on.
It was be hosted by Rappler’s civic engagement arm MovePH on Wednesday afternoon, March 16 in Manila.
Rappler CEO and executive editor Maria Ressa led the first part of the session.
MovePH director Zak Yuson spoke during the second part.
After each talk, local humanitarian groups Philippine Red Cross (PRC), Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF), and e-Bayanihan joined MovePH in a panel discussion moderated by MovePH editor Voltaire Tupaz.
See the program below:
|1:00 AM – 1:35 PM||How to use technology and social media to spark engagement and action (Part 1)||
Maria Ressa, Rappler CEO and Executive Editor
|1:35 AM – 2:20 PM||Panel discussion||
John Noel Victorino, e-Bayanihan lead developer
Migel Estoque, Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation communications officer
|2:20 PM – 2:40 PM||Break|
|2:40 PM – 3:15 PM||How to use technology and social media to spark engagement and action (Part 2)||
|3:15 PM – 4:00 PM||Panel Discussion||
John Noel Victorino, e-Bayanihan Lead Developer
Gwen Pang, Philippine Red Cross Secretary General
More from MovePH’s coverage of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps training:
- Al Gore visits Yolanda ‘ground zero’
- The road to decarbonization
- PH leads the way in global fight vs climate change
- Coal-minded leaders left behind by green energy growth – Al Gore
- Al Gore on solutions to the climate crisis
- Al Gore on coal, climate change, and Tacloban (PART 1)
- Al Gore on technology, politics of hate, and Trump (PART 2)