At the 2011 Leadership Conference in Sacramento, Calif., CALCASA will host a variety of workshops dedicated to Prevention for advocates working with survivors of sexual violence. Among those workshops is Social Media to Advance Prevention of Sexual Violence.
How can emerging social media technologies help rape crisis centers to frame discussions around sexual violence? What is the value of these technologies for prevention, education and intervention programs? How can social media help us to tell a good story? Participants in this workshop will learn about a range of social medial tools and their common usage. The workshop will address some of the factors to consider when thinking about the role social media can play in achieving an agency’s communication goals, and provide examples of internal policies that can help agencies to manage the way social media strategies are implemented.
Presenters: Chad Sniffen & Jessica Napier
Download Workshop Materials:
Workshop PowerPoint
CALCASA Social Media Policies
Social Media Policy Framework