10th September, 2013 - Posted by Tex Dworkin - No Comments
October 16th is Blog Action Day, an annual online day of action when bloggers (and vloggers and podcasters and more) from around the world focus their attention on one particular global theme and blog about it.
What makes Blog Action Day special is that everyone with access to a computer and internet is welcomed to participate, and deciding what to blog about within the chosen theme is up to participants.
The theme this year is… Human Rights! Earlier this year past Blog Action Day participants took part in a poll to help identify what the theme should be for 2013.
For folks unfamiliar with Blog Action Day, here’s a video that sums it up quite nicely:
As a human rights organization we couldn’t be more thrilled about this year’s Human Rights theme which is obviously near and dear to our hearts.
We’re partnering again this year with Blog Action Day to help spread the word about this historic online event and we look forward to blogging about human rights along with many of you come October 16th.
In our Blog Action Day post we’ll be exploring how youth, our next generation of human rights advocates, have a vital role to play in the struggle for human rights. If you need ideas about what to blog about check out this Blog Action Day web page.
Think about it…on October 16th bloggers all over the world will be focusing their attention on human rights, and you have the opportunity to join in. How cool is that?!
- Register for Blog Action Day here;
- Get tips for choosing a blog topic here;
- Use these hashtags for Blog Action Day: #BAD13 #HumanRights;
- Subscribe to our People to People blog to receive our Blog Action Day post and others automatically.
Posted on: September 10, 2013