From storytelling to the hard facts, from Instagram to press-releases, Women Deliver’s communications strategies are aimed at reaching advocates and changemakers with actionable information and compelling messaging.
Creating user-friendly, fact-filled advocacy tools
Women Deliver is noted for its compelling and positive communications. Its 2014 set of infographics on girls and women have been downloaded 100,000s of time, translated into multiple languages, and used for advocacy and education across the globe, including by the negotiators of the Sustainable Development Goals. Women Deliver’s new set of infographics are focused on providing the most salient evidence for investing in girls and women and will guide individuals and organizations to advocate for prioritizing girls and women in the implementation of the SDGs.
Optimizing the reach of digital communications:
Digital tools – Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, website and virtual conferences - extend the reach of Women Deliver and encourage conversation and dialogue to stretch across the globe. Today Women Deliver has 115,000 followers on social media. In 2016 Women Deliver moved from live-streaming at its global conference to a virtual ‘Women Deliver Live” conference with its own program. It began offering webinars and podcasts, and launched an interactive website that includes a storytelling platform for its Young Leaders.
Making the media an ally:
Women Deliver works with media from around the world, providing scholarships to its global conference and offering media training on key topics. It teams up with media partners to bring information to new and diverse audiences.