The Nigerian Youth SDGs Network will Friday (10:30AM and 11:30AM) host a session on the theme Social Media as a Tool to Achieve the 2030 Agenda at the ongoing 6th Social Media Week Lagos scheduled for February 26 to March 2 at Landmark Center, Lagos, Nigeria.
The Nigerian Youth SDGs Network is a national coalition of youth-led and youth-focused civil society organizations driving local accountability for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria.
This year’s Social Media Week themed “Closer” which is part of the larger Social Media Week conference being hosted in 12 cities around the world will explore the intensifying conflict between community and individualism and bring together a diversity of perspectives to discuss the most productive ways to harness these forces to drive innovation, improve consumer experiences and bring people together.
“Social Media as a Tool to Achieve the 2030 Agenda will discuss how young people can use social media to drive accountability for the SDGs and create an ecosystem to localize the goals whilst creating awareness for the work they are involved with,” says a press statement by the Network.
Now in it’s 8th year, the Social Media Week is a worldwide event exploring the social, cultural and economic impact of social media. It’s mission is to help people and organizations connect through collaboration, learning and the sharing of ideas and information.
To learn more about Social Media As A Tool For Achieving The 2030 Agenda or SMW Lagos 2018 and register to attend visit tps://socialmediaweeklagos2018.sched.com/event/DGtU/social-media-as-a-tool-to-achieve-the-sdgs-by-2030.
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