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Come to DATA WEEK.  

3 TRACKS with sessions running throughout the week centred around key WFP priority themes where internal and external speakers will illustrate how data has the potential to step-change how we think and why understanding data is a key enabler to WFP delivering against its SDG objectives. 

Sessions will be held in HQ and will be available to watch via web conferencing (links included in the agenda).  If it is your first time using Zoom please click on one of the links and follow installing instructions prior to the sessions start time.

LEARN TRACK: data learning activities; GROW TRACK: WFP data initiatives; and LEAD TRACK: external speakers. Click on each session to find out more.

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Friday, December 1 • 13:00 - 13:30
LEAD: How world leaders use social media to influence to shape public policy

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An insight into how social media, and Twitter in particular, has fundamentally shifted the ways in which global leaders influence and shape public policy; and what this means for international humanitarian organisations.













Speakers
avatar for Matthias Lüfkens

Matthias Lüfkens

Managing Director Digital, EMEA HQ, Twiplomacy
Matthias Lüfkens, leads the Digital Practice of Burson-Marsteller across Europe, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA). Before joining Burson-Marsteller Lüfkens was Head of Digital media at the World Economic Forum (WEF) where he designed and implemented the digital strategy. He has brought the digital world to Davos through his innovative use of Social Media, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Flickr, Wikipedia, YouTube and Livestream and has advised a wide range of Fortune 500 companies as well... Read More →
avatar for Ed Poultney

Ed Poultney

Head of Digital, PGM, WFP
Before joining WFP, Ed worked for a number of years as a Digital Director for global communications agencies Hill + Knowlton and Brunswick Group, as head of the teams covering the Africa & Middle East regions. Ed has extensive experience in 360 strategic campaigns, content strategies... Read More →


Friday December 1, 2017 13:00 - 13:30
Aula Delegatis