UNICEF and the “Likes Don’t Save Lives” Campaign

Alyce interviews Tim O’Connor, Director of UNICEF, Sydney  The “Likes Don’t Save Lives” campaign was a huge hit on social media. This was a Unicef Sweden campaign – is this the position of Unicef Australia – that likes don’t save lives? “Social media is a vital tool in sharing what UNICEF is focusing on in […]

Are you a charity ‘slacker’? How social media has created a culture of ‘slactivism’

Fred Clark is a blogger, at the Slacktivist blog for Patheos’ progressive Christian channel and is also a graduate of Palmer Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. I spoke to him about the term ‘slacktivism’ – labelling people who like and share awareness or charity memes on facebook or twitter without actively engaging with the cause. Fred […]

Are you a charity ‘slacker’? How social media has created a culture of ‘slactivism’

Fred Clark is a blogger, at the Slacktivist blog for Patheos’ progressive Christian channel and is also a graduate of Palmer Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. I spoke to him about the term ‘slacktivism’ – labelling people who like and share awareness or charity memes on facebook or twitter without actively engaging with the cause. Fred […]