On March 8, 2014, at 7pm, RESULTS advocates from around the world and our partner organisations will join together to hear from Alice Albright, CEO of the Global Partnership for Education, in advance of the Global Partnership’s June 2014 pledging conference. This conference is a critical moment for the global community to come together and ensure that the Global Partnership for Education has the funding it needs to reach its goals for children over the next four years, setting us on the right track to get all kids into school and learning.
To join activists around the world, we will be using Cisco WebEx. This system will allow us to watch and hear Alice as she speaks, see visuals to illustrate her points, and interact and chat online together throughout the webinar. Below are detailed instructions to participate in the call. We encourage you to test your system and ensure your system it is up to date and ready to go when the webinar begins.
Connecting to the Webinar.
• Test your computer and connection any time before March 8 by going here: http://www.webex.com/test-meeting.html
• On Saturday March 8 at 6.45pm, click on the link below to connect to both audio & visual: https://worldbankgroup.webex.com/worldbankgroup/j.php?MTID=md028b16869d5.... Enter the meeting number (730 725 478) and password: 6265.
• To connect audio, you need a phone. Dial 0800-051-7038 Enter the meeting number (730 725 478) and password if they ask for it: 6265.
For a full step by step guide, please click here:March 8 GPE Webinar Instructions
Use Social Media to Enhance Your Event
• Tweet your meeting and the webinar. Hashtags we will all be using are: #educationforall; #AskAlice; #fundthefuture. Sample tweets for before the meeting are:
o This Saturday RESULTS grassroots in the UK, US, Can & Aus are coming together to #AskAlice how to generate global support for #educationforall
o This weekend I am joining RESULTS advocates around the world to #AskAlice from @GPforEducation why #educationforall is so important
o Why is a fully funded @GPforEducation so important? Today RESULTS groups from the #UK to #Japan are coming together to #AskAlice
o 57 million children are still out of school. Today, I join RESULTS advocates around the world to #AskAlice how to secure #educationforall