Social Media

Using Social Media to connect: webinar recording and tips

10 Apr 2020Sandra Bailie Communications, Running your Organisation (COVID19)Social Media, Webinar Recordings

Louise Brogan from Social Bee NI delivered a webinar for NICVA on using social media to connect staff and service users.

Faith-based engagement training sessions - early 2020

23 Jan 2020Lynda Gould Faith based engagementFaith Based Engagement, Training, skills development, trustees, cyber security, Fundraising, Social Media

The Department for Communities currently funds a Faith Based Engagement Strand under the Regional Infrastructure Support Programme (RISP) which provides direct support to faith based organisations through a range of seminars and training sessions.

Communicating Impact

19 Jun 2017Sandra Bailie Training and Skills DevelopmentTraining, impact, communications, Social Media, interviews, videos

How can you effectively communicate the difference that you make? You collect information about the impact you make and analyse it, but sometimes it is a challenge to communicate it well to all your audiences.

50% off Digital DNA event

23 Sep 2015Shauna O'Neill ICT, CommunicationsSocial Media

We are delighted to announce that NICVA will be partnering with Digital DNA to provide our members with inspirational and practical insight into the critical role of technology within organisations.

Sexism, racism and periscopes: Upper Bann on twitter

27 May 2015Nick Garbutt Politics, Social Media

Upper Bann is just getting back to normal again after an election campaign that ended in acrimony with allegations of racist abuse.

Twitter: the MLAs of South Antrim

26 May 2015Ryan Miller Politics, Social Media

South Antrim - the Jewel of the Six Mile – joins Scope’s list of constituencies to receive a sober and sombre social media probe.

Eat your heart out Justin Bieber you''ll never out-twitter Ó Muilleoir

30 Mar 2015Nick Garbutt Politics, Social Media

Scope stops off in South Belfast to examine politicians on social media and stumbles across the politician who out-tweets Obama.  

Lagan Valley MLAs on Twitter: what's the worst that could happen?

15 Mar 2015Ryan Miller Politics, Social Media

The Shakespearean horror of one MLA's destruction through salvation dominates our latest social media overview, as Scope turns to the greater Lisburn area (no doubt a big influence on the bard).

East Belfast MLAs on Twitter: the calm before the storm

4 Mar 2015Nick Garbutt Politics, Social Media

Scope visits East Belfast soon to be the scene of a ferocious General Election contest to check out its MLAs online activity. 

Phil Flanagan MLA: an apology

26 Feb 2015Nick Garbutt Politics, Social Media

In a recent article Scope described Phil Flanagan MLA as a “bad boy of Twitter."