Effective communication is central to being a successful think tank or advocacy group. It is a critical part of shaping policy and practice. It ensures that research is relevant and helps evidence get to decision-makers when they need it, and how they need it.
Each unit in our long course, Cutting-edge communications for research and policy, has been specially crafted by our trainers to focus on a particular aspect of strategy, channels or MEL in think tank communications. Participants will walk away with a comprehensive set of resources to help them put their learning into practice.
Join us for Unit 7 and learn more about: Taking events to the next level
Webinar date: 28 November
This unit will:
- Outline the different types of events you can choose from (keynote, panel, series, alternative events, etc.).
- Explain how to plan and run events successful events through the use of standard checklists, and guidelines for speakers and chairs.
- Explain how to run a successful ‘media roundtable’ and why this event format is so important for creating and maintaining relationships with journalist.
- Teach you how to reach more people through live streaming.
Trainers: Jeff Knezovich and Carolina Kern
You can register for as many individual units as you want. Check out what’s next.