A FREE workshop for civil society organisations and individuals advocating for human rights. Admission is by Pre-Registration, by email to info[at]hakam.org.my. Register early as seats are limited.
The internet is a power medium civil society can use to create narratives that matter and shape conversations that will influence opinions. We have the opportunity to engage with 10 million Malaysians, a majority of whom are heavy users of social media.
But do we have the type and style of content that people want to read and share? How do we create and build our own content?
Come to this workshop! HAKAM is also learning and needing to pick up better skills to create and develop our online content. We wish to share this workshop with civil society organisations and individuals working on human rights. How do you make human rights matter through online engagement
Workshop facilitator Lau Chak Onn is a wonderful teacher and facilitator of workshops. He is the editor-in-chief of cilisos.my which reaches 300,000 Malaysians a month. Cilisos.my strives to educate Malaysians about Malaysia in the social media generation through investigative, yet fun feature articles. Chak Onn has conducted training sessions with IACT to educate advertising professionals about content marketing. Currently, he conducts workshop media and creative agencies. Chak has produced his own content which have been published in Computerworld, MIS Asia, Esquire, The Address, The Sun, The Circular and any other magazines.
Date & time: 25 March 2017, 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: Bersih 2.0 Office, A-2-8, 8 Avenue, Jln Sg Jernih 8/1, Petaling Jaya
Admission is by PRE-Registration, email info[at]hakam.org.my
Register early as seats are limited.