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Free Media Training workshop


Free Media Training workshop
Effectively utilising Social media

Has your organisation already embraced social media?
Do you know which platform is the most effective to reach your audience?
Are you using all of them, or none of them?

In these turbulent political times, it is more important than ever for organisations in the sector to raise their profile by engaging effectively with the media.

If you a London-based organisation focussed on race equality and you would like to improve your skills in this area, then this series of courses could be for you.

THE CRÈME Project led by former journalist and communications officer Lee Pinkerton, is a three year scheme to build expertise and increase capacity of charity and voluntary sector organisations to engage with the media.

The first in a series of free media training workshops took place in October 2019 and focussed on writing a press release.  This second will be focussing on getting the most out of social media.

It will take place at the Cripplegate Foundation in north London and will be delivered by CRÈME project officer Lee Pinkerton and the social media manager of Gal Dem magazine, Shanice Dover.

The all day workshop is free to race equality organisations based in London.

This media training workshop takes place on Friday January 24th at the Cripplegate Foundation, 13 Elliott’s Place, London, N1 8HX from 9.30am-4.30pm.

If you would like to book a place then click this link
or contact Lee Pinkerton on


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