Climate Action Month Day 30: Revisiting e-activism

The growth in digital activism, or e-activism, is largely due to having several people on various social media channels at the same time. Digital activism is an effective way to create movements like #FridaysForFuture, a digitally present idea that penetrated deeply enough to mobilize students all over the world to walk out of their classrooms. Digital activism is multidimensional and can get complex, especially if you try to quantify the real impact of engaging in advocacy online. Are likes and shares equal to impact?

Today’s resource: Read about how KAIROS staff planned and executed every aspect of September Climate Action Month.

Your #30DayKAIROSChallenge

Re-post your favourite challenge from the month on social media and challenge your networks to make it part of their everyday lifestyle!


Filed in: Ecological Justice


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