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#CIES2016 Social Media Engagement Toolkit

#CIES2016 is a partnership of global education and communication professionals coming together at the CIES Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia. Join us to share the advances from the Conference with live digital and social media coverage of key conversations and presentations emerging from the meeting.

Can’t come to Vancouver? Get all the latest news, blogs, pictures and videos from the event, and more on CIES 2016’s digital hub and sign up for daily recaps sent right to your inbox.

This toolkit is meant to provide you with some suggested language for social posts, key links to promote during the week of the conference, and shareable graphics to enhance social media posts.

Visual Shareables

Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Images

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Social Media Profile Cover

Vancouver Skyline

Key Links

Key Handles

#CIES2016 Core Team:

#CIES2016 Key Speakers:

  • Erwin Epstein
  • Ali A. Abdi
  • N’Dri Assie-Lumumba: @N_AssieLumumba
  • Jack Schwille

Suggested Tweets & Facebook Posts:

Tweets:

Facebook/Instagram Posts:

  • A person’s earnings increase by 10% with each year of school they complete. Access to education is the key to a better life and a stronger global economy. The 60th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society is happening in Vancouver, March 6-10. More than 2,000 academics and practitioners are discussing this issue and many others. To learn more, join the conversation using the hashtag #CIES2016 on social media and read the latest on the digital hub!  http://bit.ly/CIES2016Hub
  • Women with higher levels of education have healthier children. And increasing the average level of higher education in a country by just one year can add half a percentage point of growth to GDP. The 60th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society is happening in Vancouver, March 6-10. Join the conversation using #CIES2016 and sign up to receive daily recaps in your inbox!  http://bit.ly/DailyDeliverySignUp #WomenEmpowerment #LetGirlsLearn
  • In Mali, Peru and Pakistan, reading tests show that 70% of primary school children can’t read at grade level, with many unable to read at all. A growing number of young people find they lack the knowledge they need to get a job and earn a living. To discuss these topics and many more, join the conversation using the hashtag #CIES2016 on social media and read the latest on the digital hub!  http://bit.ly/CIES2016Hub #Youth #PositiveYouthDevelopment #PYD
  • Globally, girls are disadvantaged by poor quality education and low access levels. Right now, 62 million girls are not in school worldwide, and millions more are fighting to stay there. The 60th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society is happening in Vancouver, March 6-10. Join the conversation using #CIES2016 and sign up to receive daily recaps in your inbox!  http://bit.ly/DailyDeliverySignUp #WomenEmpowerment #LetGirlsLearn
  • When girls are educated, their families are healthier, they have fewer children, they get married later, and they have more opportunities to generate income. The 60th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society is happening in Vancouver, March 6-10. Join the conversation using #CIES2016 and sign up to receive daily recaps in your inbox! http://bit.ly/DailyDeliverySignUp #WomenEmpowerment #LetGirlsLearn
  • In countries with high levels of education inequality between ethnic and religious groups, the likelihood of violent conflict is double that of countries where education was more equitably distributed across groups. The 60th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society will examine this issue and many more, March 6-10 in Vancouver. Join the conversation using #CIES2016, sign up to receive daily recaps in your inbox http://bit.ly/DailyDeliverySignUp, OR contribute content of your own on the event hub!  http://bit.ly/CIES2016Hub

Questions about #CIES2016 Social Media Engagement Toolkit?

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