CanWaCH has been working with the team and community at the On Canada Project to design a resource that helps leaders, communications practitioners, and social media managers level up their digital communications and public engagement strategies. We are excited to introduce Designing Digital Dialogue: Communications for Systems Change!
Integrating local-to-global reflection exercises and providing tools to help increase capacity for public engagement activities, the toolkit will help you effectively communicate your global work to Canadian audiences.
The training is intentionally designed to center equity and justice, introduce you to thought leaders building thriving online communities, and leave you with a framework to help bring these insights to your organization. You will also receive a complimentary Learning Guide to support you complete the activities throughout the module.
Use the code ‘CanWaCHmember’ to enroll in the training and receive access to the toolkit, training modules and other materials for free! Please ensure that you sign-up online using your organizational email.
To support your learning journey, join us on October 12 at 3 p.m. EDT for an interactive 90 minute webinar led by Gina Uppal and Sam Krishnapillai from the On Canada Project.
This webinar will highlight the goals of the toolkit, and participants will receive a detailed walkthrough of the materials, a personalized learning plan, and opportunity to connect with other community members undergoing this work.
We encourage participants to start working through this learning experience and come to the webinar with questions, comments and feedback. We are excited to begin this learning journey with you!
This webinar will take place in English with simultaneous interpretation in English and French in order for registrants to participate in the language of their choice.
Designing Digital Dialogue is not just a course, it is a learning community. The Designing Digital Dialogue blog series dives deeper into the learning approach with sneak peeks of course content.
Please note that the French version of the training modules and resources are in technical production and will be available for the official launch of the course in October.