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  1. ICT as Platform for Change
  2. Objectives • Independently discuss how ICT tools and platforms have changed the way people communicate, and how social change has been brought about by the use of ICTs. • Distinguish social power of social media from digital citizenship and the Filipino people. 2
  3. What is an Advocacy? 3
  4. • is a process of supporting and enabling people to: express their views and concerns, access information and services, defend and promote their rights and responsibilities. 4
  5. What is Social Media? 5
  6. • is a collective term for website applications which focus on community- based input, communication, interaction, content-sharing and collaboration. (TechTarget Network) • As of today, social media was known to be the most powerful platform to use if you want to generate instant and massive public reactions to whatever concerns or issue that you have. 6
  7. ICT in the History of Philippines 7
  8. History of the Philippines has been one of the few countries shown unity and democracy for social change. These advocacy for social change would have not been possible without the role of ICT. 8
  9. The People Power Revolution lasted from 1983 to 1986. During a radio broadcast of Radyo Veritas, Cardinal Sin encouraged the Filipinos to help end the regime of then President Ferdinand Marcos. A major protest took place along EDSA from February 22 to 25, 1986 involving two million Filipinos from different regions and sectors. These include civilians, political parties, the military and religious groups. The radio broadcast helped to change the course of history. Without it, Filipinos would not have been moved into action. EDSA (PEOPLE POWER REVOLUTION) 9
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  11. EDSA II 11 also known as the 2001 EDSA Revolution which happened during January 17 to 21, 2001. It was fueled after 11 prosecutors of then President Joseph Estrada walked out in the impeachment trial. As a result, the crowd in EDSA grew over the course of few days through text brigades. Like the first People Power Revolution, Edsa Dos would not have been successtul without the text brigades.
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  13. Million People March This was a series of protest that mainly took place in Luneta Park om August 22 to 26, 2013. There were also several demonstrations that happened in key cities in the Philippines and some locations overseas. It condemned the misuse of the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF). Though dubbed as the Milion People March, the number of total attendees was only around 400,000. Despite that, it was still considered a success as it clearly demonstrated how powerful social media campaigns are. The organizers and promoters of the Million People March used Facebook and as their media. 13
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  15. Yolanda People Finder 15 Recent storms in the Philippine history gave birth to the people finder database powered by Google. During typhoon Yolanda, the people finder was a vital tool for people across the globe to track the situation of their relatives. This proved to be successful and is now adapted by more organizations to help people track relatives during calamities.
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  17. Platforms for Placing Petitions or Change Advocacy 17
  18. 18 It is dubbed as the "world's platform for change' where anyone from the online community can create a petition and ask others to sign it. During the past times, petitions were only done througn signing a paper, usually done by a group asking for signatures via travelling door-to-door. gives access to more people by allowing the online community to affix their digital signatures on a petition.
  19. • Its mission is to help people from around the world create the change they want to see. For years, hosted several petitions that help solve the following problems: economic problems, criminal injustices, abuse of human rights, lack of education, environmental concerns, animal abuse, human health concerns, and world hunger. 19
  20. Procedure on how to make a simple petition using Platform
  21. 5. Estate your problem that you would like to soIve. 6. Upload a photo or video that captures the emotions of your story; 7. Then lastly click the word publish. 21
  22. 1. Log in first using your account and the search and click the word "petition". 2. Select a topic of what kind of issue are you petitioning on? 3. Write your petition title on the box. 4. Choose the recipient(s) of your petition. It can be people or organizations which has the power to solve your problem. 22
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