CampCamp 2019 Theme
BREAKING OUT THE BUBBLE
Civil society activists tend to follow certain news media, hang out in specific places and speak a unique language. We find ourselves in this informational ghetto partly because of censorship and propaganda, but partly – and let’s confess to it honestly – we live inside this cultural bubble because it’s comfortable. Can civil society organizations find support outside the coterie of like-minded people? How can we do it, and what will it cost us? Let’s discuss at CampCamp 2019.
TOPICS AND WORKSHOPS AT CAMPCAMP 2019
All for one. First aid campaigns for journalists and activists
Gen Z as a target audience for civil society organisations
TikTok, Twitch, Yandex.Zen and other weird corners of the Internet
Laughter against fear. Comedy and memes as tools for activism
Likes don’t save lives. How to measure the efficiency of communications projects
Performance art with zero budget
PR-events for activism
Engaging supporters and creating communities
Public campaigns outside major cities
How to use survey data
(Almost) free ways to find out what your audience thinks
Civic leadership is a service! Product managers about civil society projects
Crowdfunding in Central Asia and the Caucasus
Negotiations with authorities (a workshop)
Promoting fee-based services of non-profit organisations: reputation risks, ethics and other concerns
Easy tools to boost creative thinking
AWESOME FAILURE NIGHT
A 90 min session where participants give five-minute presentations on their communications failures with the chance of winning a prize.
"FIX MY PROJECT"- EXPERT CLINIC
Book a 20 min session with a communications expert who can give you personal advice about your project (website, app, game, Instagram channel, promo text, video).
Create your first podcast during CampCamp.
A space where participants pitch tools, tricks and apps which have boosted
their work productivity.
A communications simulator game in which competing teams run fundraising
campaigns right during CampCamp.
Create your first video for social networks during CampCamp.