29 August, 2012

Go Back To Where You Came

As most of you will be aware, the second series of SBS's Go Back To Where You Came From airs tonight. Amnesty International and the Refugee Council have been working with SBS to make sure that the show has as much impact as possible. 

As part of this, we've created a simple outline of the SBS' social media plans to help organisations help their members and supporters engage in the discussion in the most effective way. Like last year we know the show will generate a lot of online discussion and interest - so there are lots of opportunities to be involved on social media and on the SBS website. Please find an outline attached. 

Also available is the Go Back school pack http://www.sbs.com.au/goback/schools (please let me know if you would like a hard copy) and the opportunity to attend/host a Go back live screening http://www.sbs.com.au/goback/events

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