We looked inside some of the tweets by @DohaDebates and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
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197. in category Broadcast Show
595. in category Entertainment
60% of U.S. smartphone owners now visit their favorite social networking sites on a daily basis, up from 54% in 2011.
Our world is at a turning point: #COVID19 is spreading, markets are fluctuating, surveillance tech is evolving and populist sentiments are rising. Earlier this year, we sat down with @harari_yuval, one of the world’s leading intellectuals, to talk about the future of humanity. https://t.co/EbfsymysNf
“Not everything is about money. When you help people and give them food and see the satisfaction [in their eyes], it’s the most rewarding thing.” This refugee-run cafe in Athens is feeding refugees who have few other options during the coronavirus pandemic: https://t.co/hMDCcmXb7z
Refugees came to Greece in search of safety — but were met instead with overcrowded camps and a government that was unwilling to help. Some sought refuge in Athens’ abandoned buildings, and for a brief time, they felt at home. Then they were evicted. https://t.co/RBAl31MCA0
The pandemic made migrant farmworkers in Italy “essential” overnight—but without labor rights, they’ve been forced to live and work in conditions that have been described as modern slavery. Now, @aboubakar_soum is helping the workers organize to demand real and lasting change: https://t.co/eOI2tcYfFc
Pro tip: Sometimes just accepting why our stories are different can be a big step forward. If you remember that everyone’s story is true for them, you’ll have better conversations. @GovClayton explains in our latest video, exclusively on LinkedIn: https://t.co/ydZtPROBlG https://t.co/cDK9dqUmoY
.@dsengeh is #solvingit. David is an innovator and Sierra Leone’s education minister. He has worked on aerosolized vaccine research, used data to create better fitting 3D-printed prosthetic limbs and Ebola monitoring tools. He recently ended a ban on pregnant girls in schools. https://t.co/tqnkT9rdiB
From banning plastic bags to inventing new gadgets, our Instagram #SolvingIt series celebrates the next generation of leaders whose vision and work inspire hope and real change. Who do you think is #SolvingIt? Let us know 👉 https://t.co/QkR7KVFjcy https://t.co/t3V8cVJ8KB
“[We’re working to] ensure that the people of Kibera and other informal settlements are not left out during this pandemic.” An effort to map Africa’s largest informal settlement using @ushahidi has turned into a resource for essential needs during the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/JEMifSuost
Pro tip: Sometimes just accepting why our stories are different can be a big step forward. If you remember that everyone’s story is true for them, you’ll have better conversations. @GovClayton explains in our latest video, exclusively on LinkedIn: https://t.co/BwnPcEnCXC