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March

12

Social Media and the Law

About this event

Social media has become an indispensable tool for not-for-profit organisations. It helps us expand reach, connect people, start conversations and grow awareness. But along with those benefits comes legal risks which, if poorly managed, can impact negatively on an organisation and its people.

In our popular social media and the law webinar we’ll step you through some key legal risks for not-for-profit organisations that engage with social media, as well as our top tips for managing these risks.

We’ll cover:

  • Legal considerations when curating content, including confidentiality and intellectual property 
  • Defamation laws 
  • Personal information and privacy issues 
  • How to manage social media use and content posted by others 
  • Top tips and further resources  

You'll receive:

  • Opportunity to ask questions to the presenter
  • 75 minutes of plain-language training from a lawyer
  • Copy of webinar recording (available for 30 days) and slide presentation
  • Information on further resources and support

Who should attend:

Anyone involved in the use of social media in their not-for-profit organisation 

When

Tuesday, 12 March, 12.45 - 2pm AEDT

Can't attend on the day? Register and you'll receive the recording and slide handout so you can catch up whenever suits you.

Cost

$49 - $85

Where

Online via Zoom

Once you register, you will receive the Zoom link via email. Occasionally the Zoom confirmation emails can be prevented by an organisational firewall. If you haven't received the Zoom link within 1-2 days of registering please check your spam folder, contact us, or troubleshoot further.

If you are having trouble registering please get in touch at nfptraining@justiceconnect.org.au or call 02 8599 2126.

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