About

This blog explores the intersection of traditional, social and emerging media in journalism and PR, cause marketing, knowledge mobilization, development communication, and social innovation.

Lisa Mighton’s experience includes research, strategic communication planning, development communication, participatory processes, events, marketing, media relations, editing and media content production.

Independently and with associates she consults about marketing-communication strategies, conducts community interviews and produces research reports, writes white papers and style guides, edits, creates events, and manages media outreach initiatives. More about Lisa Mighton’s background here.

Latitude Media specializes in helping organizations that are making a difference in the world, including:

  • NGOs /not-for-profits/ third sector organizations
  • public sector organizations

Areas include:

  • health
  • social cohesion, integration, immigration
  • higher education
  • international development
  • international education
  • participatory communication

Why the title ‘Believing Impossible Things‘?

All comments are Lisa Mighton’s alone and do not represent the opinions of any organizations.

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6 comments

  1. hi there, 🙂 this is an incredible site and it’s very informative. btw i am dan matutina the creative head of Idea!s: Creative Communications for Development. we’re a nonstock nonprofit communications shop and i was just thinking if our organizations can help each other. we’re based in the philippines and i just read your profile that you are working in south asia now.

    im just happy that there are a lot of people out there who are helping nonprofits and development organizations with their communications needs.

    you can drop buy our site to see what we’ve been up to. its at http://ideals-creatives.com
    cheers!

  2. Great work on getting the word out. You’ve a powerful feed!
    Thanks for the twittering. I now feel bad that I uncouthly nudged you to tweet my wee film project. I didn’t quite have my head around the fact that your “mandatory” is likely a monstrous list of import. Please forgive me.

    Sincerely,

    Joseph

  3. Hi! My name is Adrian and I would like to share with you some information about a cool project called Guerra Creativa http://www.guerra-creativa.com
    It´s a Crowdsourcing website for designs, where startUps and Business owners can afford really good designs at a fair cost. If you are interested, just drop me an e-mail.Thanks in advance!!

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