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Communication is powerful. So let's talk about it! In this podcast, WiseOwl, a group of communicators for social change, sit down with strategists, advocates, academics, creatives, and other experts about how we can use communication to create positive change. Let's have more conversations that make us think about issues that make an impact. Give A Hoot with us! Powered by PumaPodcast.

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Communication is powerful. So let's talk about it! In this podcast, WiseOwl, a group of communicators for social change, sit down with strategists, advocates, academics, creatives, and other experts about how we can use communication to create positive change. Let's have more conversations that make us think about issues that make an impact. Give A Hoot with us! Powered by PumaPodcast.

    Episode 6: Coping with COVID - How do we spread hope? With Thomas Coombes, Roby Alampay, and Mayor Krisel Lagman-Luistro (Part 3)

    Episode 6: Coping with COVID - How do we spread hope? With Thomas Coombes, Roby Alampay, and Mayor Krisel Lagman-Luistro (Part 3)

    Communicating hope is practical in social change. But how does it fare in a crisis the magnitude of COVID-19? What role can hope play in media, advocacy, and government?

    Listen to this podcast based on our webinar with the Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) and speakers Thomas Coombes, a human rights strategist and the founder of the organization Hope-Based Communications; Roby Alampay, a veteran journalist and the founder of PumaPodcast; and Tabaco City Mayor Krisel Lagman-Luistro.

    This episode will not be possible without our co-presentors JustLabs and OMCT.

    • 34 Min.
    Episode 5: Coping with COVID - How do we spread hope? With Thomas Coombes (Part 2)

    Episode 5: Coping with COVID - How do we spread hope? With Thomas Coombes (Part 2)

    "When you need hope most is when things are the most dark."  

    Our instinct as communicators is to tell the story of the things that make us angry - government failure, human rights abuses, etcetera. But we also need to show the things that are going right, and how these came to be. In dark times such as the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to show people, above all, that change is possible.

    Listen to part two of this discussion between the Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) and Thomas Coombes, a human rights strategist and the founder of the organization Hope-Based Communications.

    • 15 Min.
    Episode 4: Coping with COVID - How do we spread hope? With Thomas Coombes (Part 1)

    Episode 4: Coping with COVID - How do we spread hope? With Thomas Coombes (Part 1)

    Communications is critical in a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic. But there's something we desperately need right now, and that is hope.

    Listen to this discussion between the Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) and Thomas Coombes, a human rights strategist and the founder of the organization Hope-Based Communications.

    • 18 Min.
    Episode 3: How do you respond to a call-out? With the Owls (Part 3)

    Episode 3: How do you respond to a call-out? With the Owls (Part 3)

    The Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) talk about what they've learned from their conversations with Mae Paner and Nash Tysmans, and give advice on what you should do if you're called-out.

    • 4 Min.
    Episode 2: Why are call-outs important? With Nash Tysmans (Part 2)

    Episode 2: Why are call-outs important? With Nash Tysmans (Part 2)

    The Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) talk about why we call-out, how we can do so responsibly, and what we can gain from them. With guest Nash Tysmans, writer, teacher, and community worker. 

    • 22 Min.
    Episode 1: How to transform a call-out to a movement? With Mae Paner (Part 1)

    Episode 1: How to transform a call-out to a movement? With Mae Paner (Part 1)

    The Owls (Oya, Joza, and Mika) talk about the call-out culture. What it is, how to make it effective, and how it worked in the case of #BabaeAko. With guest Mae Paner, actor and activist.

    • 20 Min.

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