The ethics of using Facebook as a nonprofit

Advertising funds the internet — from the great journalism that speaks truth to power, to the social channels that connect us. But what happens when our advertising is working against our brand, or charitable intentions?

This panel discussion will dig into the complexities and ethical conundrums of using digital platforms, such as Facebook, to aid nonprofits in campaigning, organising and fundraising. Each of the panelists will share their experiences and thoughts on what non profits can do to make sure their digital presence is right for the values of both themselves and their supporters.

A lively discussion, hosted by John Lloyd of Mozilla, with Nandini Jammi of Check My Ads and Matt Derby of M+R. Listen to it here.

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Co-chair of the Conscious Advertising Network and climate misniformation expert at Media Bounty. Advertising, ethics, disinformation and climate change.

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Harriet Kingaby

Harriet Kingaby

Co-chair of the Conscious Advertising Network and climate misniformation expert at Media Bounty. Advertising, ethics, disinformation and climate change.

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