Constructive Voices on Twitter

We’ve now launched a Twitter account for Constructive Voices, our project connecting journalists with charities, social entrepreneurs and other initiatives; which will highlight constructive solutions to pressing social issues.

The new Twitter handle is @ConstructiveVox – we’ll also be using the snappy hashtag #Cvox.

How will we use Twitter?

We’ll use @ConstructiveVox to do three things; alert, inform and find.

1. Alert

Alert our followers to relevant media stories that need a constructive response. Whenever we see a news story which we think our followers may have a constructive solution for, we’ll tweet the story and use #CvoxTopic, eg #CvoxDomesticViolence.

2. Inform

  • We’ll help charities, social enterprises and other initiatives to flag up their solutions to social issues, by creating and promoting hashtags for specific stories, eg #CvoxFloods – which they can then use to draw attention to their solutions.
  • Inform our followers about constructive journalism by tweeting articles on the topic and showcasing good examples.

3. Find

Enable the media to find organisations offering constructive solutions. Journalists working on a story can easily search for positive initiatives relating to that topic, by checking what we’re tweeting about and then using the relevant hashtag, eg #CvoxLiteracy.

Find out more

You can read more about Constructive Voices and how to make the most of it.


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Giselle Green Giselle is in charge of 'Constructive Voices', a new NCVO project aimed at ensuring the positive impact of charities is heard and encouraging a more constructive, solutions-based approach to news coverage in general. Giselle is a former BBC News producer on The World at One and PM. She ran the media campaign for independent London mayoral candidate Siobhan Benita and was in charge of communications for the National Health Action Party.

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