In this webinar, the participants can learn more about how to develop and structure a successful childhood cancer campaign. This practical example will help you communicate along the most important awareness moments related to childhood cancer. Moreover, tips will be provided on how to run communication in an NGO when the resources are just not there!
About the Speakers:
Anne is managing director at the Fondatioun Kriibskrank Kanner, national foundation for children with cancer in Luxembourg for 15 years and Committee member of CCI Europe. Anne holds a master’s degree in communications, more specifically in political and financial communications, as is therefore the lead of CCI Europe’s Communication Pillar. Anne is a founding board member of Don en Confiance Luxembourg (transparency donations), of Ile aux clowns (hospital clowns) and of the National Cancer Institute in Luxembourg representing young cancer patients. Together with two other organisations, she created Fight Kids Cancer, an innovative annual call for paediatric cancer research projects.
Arnela is a digital marketing and social media expert. Her background in psychology, combined with the expertise in design, equips her with a valuable skill set to craft compelling visual experiences that effectively communicate messages, influence behavior, and drive engagement. She has been volunteering in the association “Heart for kids with cancer” (B&H) since the age of 9, after her sister got diagnosed with cancer (now a survivor!). She has successfully organized numerous big events while being involved in the European Federation of Psychology Students Association (EFPSA), representing students of psychology from Bosnia and Herzegovina on the European level. She has led several big campaigns for fighting stigma against mental health. Her free time she devotes to photography, videography and creating branding content on social media. She has been supporting CCI Europe with her communication and social media management skills, as well as graphic design, for more than 3 years now.