Here are some key posts from our Twitter feed the past couple days, or else, meanwhile on twitter :
Another day, another player pledged 1% of his salary to the cause of #CommonGoal . This is the time to welcome the German male footballer Dennis Aogo!!
— VfB Stuttgart (@VfB) October 9, 2017
Now the contributors are seven.
Players to have pledged to Common Goal:
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) October 9, 2017
Ooohh wait.. they are 9, because Australian Alex Brosque and Julian Nagelsmann just joined the crew 🙌👏:
— Sydney FC (@SydneyFC) October 13, 2017
— Common Goal (@CommonGoalOrg) October 13, 2017
So, now they are 8 players and one coach.
We must have at least a proper 11-side by the end of the month and a whole 23-squad by the end of the year! For more about #CommonGoal, take a look at our piece: The Juan Mata Paradigm
In the meanwhile, DIAL hosted “Practicing the Principles for Digital Development” in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania – #DIGITALPRINCIPLES:
Great convos happening at Practicing the Principles for Digital Dev in East Africa! Be sure to join in & watch the livestream at 3:30pm EAT pic.twitter.com/JIXnmee4Ys
— DIAL (@DIAL_community) October 12, 2017
USA out of the World Cup in Russia. Some might say that the men will miss it, well this is stereotyping somehow:
Actually, only the men https://t.co/QECiiaQnbH
— the discourse (@shaneferro) October 11, 2017
Some ethical questions in regards to photography:
— duckrabbit (@duckrabbitblog) October 10, 2017
Some questions about the role of African superheroes in saving, not just the girl, but the reputation of a whole continent:
— Comic republic (@comicrepublicng) October 11, 2017
Finally, the Peace Museum in UK exhibits Cartoons for Peace and Commonweal is looking forward to visit:
— Commonweal (@CommonwealUK) October 11, 2017
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