OTTAWA—The Broadbent Institute’s Progress Summit continues Sunday with a focus on a path forward for a progressive Canada.
Panels on the concluding day of the Summit include developing winning campaigns and providing policy solutions to income inequality and good jobs in a green economy.
Anastasia Khoo, Marketing Director of the Washington, DC-based Human Rights Campaign, will cap off the Summit with a keynote address about online engagement. Khoo was behind the groundbreaking online campaign to spread the now iconic red and pink marriage equality profile photo on behalf of the largest civil rights organization in the United States. That campaign is considered to be Facebook’s most viral ever.
The summit will wrap up with closing remarks by Broadbent Institute Executive Director, Rick Smith, about seizing new momentum for the Canadian progressive movement.
WHAT: Progress Summit
WHEN: March 30, 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
Delta City Centre
101 Lyon St. N, Ottawa
For the full schedule: http://www.broadbentinstitute.ca/en/summit/schedule
For more information, please contact:
email@example.com or 613-818-7956