We took a break from our usual weekly RUNdown last week after news of the horrific shooting in Christchurch. Our thoughts and sympathy go out to the victims, their friends and families, Aotearoa’s Muslim community, the people of Christchurch and everybody who has been affected by the devastating events last Friday. Our RUNdown this week is dedicated to them.
Ad world wants massacre answers from social media.
Social responsibility: The best way to use Instagram and Facebook in the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque terror attacks.
Jacinda Ardern is showing the world what real leadership is: sympathy, love and integrity.
Tourism New Zealand suspends promotion of country overseas; Facebook, YouTube strategy under review.
Facebook Free Fridays - a call for no posting, no scrolling, no visiting Facebook on Friday each week.
We are Christchurch. We are One. Wear your support with a beautifully designed Kotahitanga pin.
Association of NZ advertisers & Commercial Comms Council respond to Christchurch tragedy: social media platforms need to do more.
'This is your home': New Zealand artist Ruby Jones’ response to Christchurch shooting shared internationally, then she designs the international cover of Time Magazine (pictured above).
How to support NZ’s Muslim communities.
The National Teleheath Service free call-or-text helpline is available 24/7 and will put users in touch with a trained counsellor. Call or text 1737 or visit the website for written advice for dealing with mental distress and grief in the wake of the Christchurch attacks.