A new blog post, an article, a couple of infographics a year. Sometimes our nonprofit doesn’t generate enough content to post daily. The question arises: should my nonprofit retweet its own tweets? How should my nonprofit's Twitter activity be like?
The European Sustainable Development Week (ESDW) is an initiative to stimulate and make visible activities, projects and events that promote sustainable development. It takes place from 30 May until 5 June.
On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the European Data Protection Directive. They warned us two years ago, but for most organizations this still comes as a surprise.
The event will be brimming with innovative ideas and fresh thinking to inject into fundraising strategies in the third sector.
The event will take place in Barcelona, in the Faculty of Psychology of Blanquerna (Universitat Ramon Llull), from May 31 to June 1.
It is a unique knowledge repository of social innovation to create new practices for a better future.
This summer, the Roverway encourages boy scouts and girl scouts who are rovers and rangers to travel to the Netherlands.
Hootsuite is probably the favourite tool among community managers. Now the platform has decided to help nonprofits create a fairer world online. Don’t miss out.
Is there a life out of the Internet? Yes, there is, and your nonprofit should be there: nothing strengthens a community more than live events. To reach as many people as possible, though, life events need to be shared before, and the social networks.
Good digital storytelling can help you boost your nonprofit and its mission online.
Marketing with a cause can be a good way to raise fundings for your nonprofit, but first of all you need to be aware of its potential advantages and disadvantages.
This compilation is sourced from the European competence framework of third sector leadership created by the EU3leader project.