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Building a Movement: How To Help Millions Make Good

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Date: 02 September 2015 at 11:00 pm Presenter: Harriet Riley Run time: 60 Location: Online Materials Price: $40 (in AUD)

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About the webinar:

From labour rights to women’s suffrage to the fight against AIDs, the history of the world is the history of social moments. But how do these movements start, and more importantly, can you make one from scratch? In this session, Harriet Riley will host a master class in movement building, sharing the tips and techniques that her company – the incubator and social good consultancy Purpose – has learned in its decade spent mobilizing millions of people globally to change the world. Key features include:

  • How to attract new supporters
  • Exploring different levels of engagement from supporters
  • How to identify winning campaigns that will help a movement grow

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Harriet Riley

Harriet Riley

Harriet is a climate change specialist, TV producer and award-winning writer who has held roles with the United Nations, Oxfam and the Centre for Australian Progress. As a Senior Strategist at Purpose she has worked with clients including EDF, Unilever, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She holds a Masters from Columbia University.


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