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The global media diplomacy agency is looking to increase its membership base and donations to help bring awareness to a wide range of critical global issues.
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg (November 23, 2020) – LUDCI.eu, A social impact innovation enterprise based in Luxembourg, opened its virtual doors earlier this year and is now focused on increasing awareness of the many issues it supports. Thought leaders, media diplomacy specialists, and social innovators worldwide are invited to help drive global change through LUDCI.eu’s educational, informational, and charitable mission by becoming a member of the platform and giving to the agency’s charitable arm focused on increasing awareness of child trafficking.
Members of LUDCI.eu’s global network receive access to a wide variety of resources, including regular newsletters; professional agency publications, including an e-magazine and e-journal; exclusive publication opportunities; and more. Members enjoy an insider look at today’s most cutting-edge work, research, and opinions on a wide range of current issues impacting the globe, including those affecting the global media and digital diplomacy sectors. To learn more about becoming a member, visit our subscription page.
LUDCI.eu’s founding mission is to increase awareness of child trafficking in hopes of eradicating this global atrocity. To that end, agency proceeds go to supporting this cause. The firm engages people to give back to this mission, inviting those interested in increasing awareness of anti-child trafficking to donate here. While the group normally hosts a yearly kick-off gala to help support its mission, due to COVID restrictions, we are focusing on online donations.
“In everything we do at LUDCI.eu, we are committed to raising awareness of child trafficking and doing our part to stop it,” said Communications Director, Vassilia Orfanou. “Becoming a member of our community or giving to our cause greatly helps us our mission to transform and affect global change. By joining us, members receive access to valuable insights on a range of global issues and how digital diplomacy can enact positive change while contributing to a worthwhile cause.”
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