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SAM TAMBANI RESEARCH INSTITUTE (SATRI)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

The Sam Tambani Research Institute is a Public Benefit Non-profit Company registered in 2012. The idea of establishing the institute was perceived jointly by the NUM and MIT. It arose from the need to consolidate NUM efforts to ensure that workers get a fair share of what they produce which enables them in turn to improve their livelihoods. 
SATRI would be responsible for gathering and analysing such information through its targeted research agenda.

PART 1

1.TARGET AUDIENCE
National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) stakeholders

2.OBJECTIVES FOR THE PROJECT

To host a successful Energy Choices and the Protection of Workers Interests in South Africa symposium for SATRI

PART 2

1.  PROJECT DESCRIPTION (WHAT WE WERE ASKED TO DO)

Glasshouse was tasked to host a symposium for the stakeholders of the NUM in Johannesburg. 

2. SOLUTION (WHAT WE DECIDED TO DO)

With the SATRI team, Glasshouse was able to secure a booking with the Birchwood Le Grande hotel as the venue of choice for the symposium. Drafted the program of the day, organised catering with the hotel manager, sent out invites and made phone call follow ups to check if they were received, created and printed out name tags, organised goodie bag contents.

3. EXECUTION (HOW WE DID IT)

Glasshouse was given the guest list which the invitations were supposed to be sent to while a program checklist of what needs to be done was drafted to keep the team in check with all the activities which had to be done before the day of the symposium.

4. EVALUATION (OUTCOME)

Glasshouse succeeded with organising the symposium and the client was happy with the outcome of the event.

 
 
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Green Talents

 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WHO THE CLIENT IS

The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) hosts the prestigious “Green Talents – International Forum for High Potentials in Sustainable Development” to promote the international exchange of innovative green ideas. The award under the patronage of Minister Anja Karliczek, honours young researchers each year. The winners come from numerous countries and scientific disciplines and are recognised for their outstanding achievements in making our societies more sustainable.

In 2018 Green Talents received 27 South African applications out of the overall 736 received globally  


PART 1

1.TARGET AUDIENCE

Sustainable development research students enrolled in a master’s or PhD programme (completed no more than three years before the end of the application process)

2.OBJECTIVES FOR THE PROJECT

Publicising the Green Talents award competition to the South African media.

 PART 2 

1.  PROJECT DESCRIPTION (WHAT WE WERE ASKED TO DO)

Glasshouse was tasked to identify all relevant media to target for the publicity campaign, disseminate media releases and liaising with each journalist to further motivate and stimulate their interest to interview the South African award winner.

2. SOLUTION (WHAT WE DECIDED TO DO)

Glasshouse identified the relevant media that we can target and disseminate the localised media release to for publishing.

3. EXECUTION (HOW WE DID IT)

A media release was disseminated to the identified journalists and news desks and thereafter phone call follow ups were done to determine which media house and publishers has received the release and will publish.

With radio interviews, motivations were sent through to producers and programmes managers who gave us the go ahead on when the interview will be done with the award winner.

4. EVALUATION (OUTCOME)

After the campaign, a media evaluation analysis report was compiled for the client which shows how many publications published, how many of the targeted audiences it reached. 

 
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