Putting people first on Facebook

With millions of devotees in the UK, it’s a fair bet to say that thousands of people coming to the Put People First march on 28 March will be members of Facebook.

We’ve made it easier for you to show your friends what you want from the London G20 summit on your favourite social network:

Add yourself to our event page. Are you coming? Great! Then sign up on our event page and send invites out to your friends. You can use it to chat to other people who’re coming along too. If any of your mates are already going, why not make plans to meet up with them.

Get the widget. Help spread our campaign to get as many messages as possible to the G20 leaders, ready for when they come to the London Summit. We’ve made a version of our campaign action as a widget that you can stick on your Facebook profile.

Use your face! Why not change your status to say you’re getting ready for the march, or that you’ve sent your message to the G20 at putpeoplefirst.org.uk? If you’d like to, you can get campaign images for your profile picture here – this kind of thing can really get noticed.

February 24th, 2009 Put People First

  1. John Ackers
    February 24th, 2009 at 15:13 | #1

    The html on the ‘web button’ pages will only work for buttons embedded into this site. Also cannot find any ‘about’ or contact page.

  2. Put People First
    February 24th, 2009 at 15:20 | #2

    Thanks John. Oops!! Sorry about the HTML and thanks for pointing it out – it’s fixed now. We don’t have a contact page yet, as we’re still working out how we handle contacts across such a loose coalition of dozens of very different organisations (posts on this blog can come from many different sources). Hopefully this is something we can work out soon though – check the list of member organisations and our privacy policy (http://www.putpeoplefirst.org.uk/privacy-policy/) before then though for who we are.

  3. Global Freedom Coalition
    March 3rd, 2009 at 02:14 | #3


    The Global Freedom Coalition proposes, 09 am (BST), Saturday July 4th 2009 to start a global week of action, when people in every country, city, town and village oppose ‘Big Brother’ surveillance and human rights violations.

    Freedom is about our whole lives. It’s about who we are as people and the purpose and dignity of our very existence. It’s about the kind of world we want our descendants to inherit.

    Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    If you are concerned about the violation of Human Rights, then design banners, posters and flyers; get blogging, posting, e-mailing and texting and get something organised in your part of the world for July 4th 2009.

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