The NGO Reporter and its multi-thousand subscriber base.
A great opportunity for your NGO to share successes, challenges, and more. With a review and sixty-day lead-time: review recent work, promote free-to-the-public upcoming events, share final outcomes, or distinguished papers.
All programming should be related to your UN GDC interests, free-to-the-public, and approximately 600 words. It is all free-of-charge to the UNDGC associated –NGO.
The GNEC website: where NGOs may introduce their work and even connect among themselves, using the site for cooperative purposes and events. More to follow, at (www.globalngoexec.org) It shall be free to the NGO.
Social Media. With advance notice and approval, GNEC will can make available it Facebook page for live streaming, along with Twitter and Instagram accounts to announce or capture upcoming events. The GNEC Zoom account is used regularly, for public events and organizational meetings; however with enough advance notice and staff availability, the GNEC is also happy to share its Zoom (and perhaps Cisco Webex) technology with its associated NGO community: again, free of all charges.
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