How to use a social media campaign to bring people together in the 21st century

This is a series about how we can use social media to bring together people in the future.

For the first time in history, a social-media campaign to help bring people in touch with one another is being used to reach out to the community and to share stories.

“A lot of people feel very isolated,” said Anne-Marie-Claude Bercus, a professor of communication and a professor at the University of Montreal’s Centre for Interactionism and Technology.

“They’re not connected.

They don’t have the internet.

And we’re starting to get that back, and we’re also starting to see more and more people engaging in conversation.”

For decades, people have been sharing stories about the horrors of war, the dangers of racism, and how they can make a difference.

Bercus and her team at the Centre for Communicating Research and the Université de Montréal have been working on this new kind of project for more than a decade, and they believe it will help people reconnect with one other and build bridges between people in different ways.

The new project, called Légion d’Enfance, is being run by the Universite de Montreal and the Centre For Communicating Technology.

To start, they’ve launched a social news feed, where they’ve started sharing news stories about events happening in the world.

At the top of the feed, people can choose from a list of topics, like wars and politics, and click on the ‘Subscribe to this topic’ button.

Then they can add other stories, like stories about people living in poverty, and a news section where people can share their own stories about social media.

Once they click ‘Subscribe,’ they will be sent a text message and receive an invitation to share their story.

It takes them about a minute to sign up, which can be really helpful to connect with people.

They have an email address, so people can get in touch.

When they’re ready to share a story, they click on ‘Send Story,’ and it will send them a message, with the hashtag #leagiondencouragement, to share with their friends.

Each time they share a piece of news, the hashtag will be shared with people in their network.

People can also use the hashtag to get their own story out, and if they want to make a contribution to the project, they can sign up and get an invitation.

After sharing their story, a new story will be added to the story that is already being shared. 

The project is being hosted by the Center for Communication Research and Technology, and will use the latest social media technologies to spread the word about the war, racism and poverty.

Here are a few tips to help you start a conversation:1.

Tell the story.

You can share your own story by simply using the hashtag, #leaguendencouraging.2.

Share your experience.

The first post is the first to be shared, so try to keep the conversation focused on your story and how you can make your voice heard.3.

Share what you’re going through.

You may have a lot of questions, or you may have been through a difficult experience, but share what’s really happening in your life and your story.4.

Share with your family.

The more people who are in the same room, the more connected they are to one another.5.

Share to your community.

You might be a local news outlet or a local group, but be sure to share the story with other people in your network.6.

Share in the right place.

Post stories on social media in the appropriate places and on the right channels.

 For example, try to post a story on the CBC website.

You can also share it on Twitter and Facebook.7.

Share the hashtag.

There are a number of hashtags you can use to share your story: #leauguration, #theleaguendeengagement, #aoungagement,and #leograndencourageneration.8.

Share on your own page.

The same rules apply to your own personal pages.9.

Follow the hashtags.

If you’re interested in a specific story, try tagging your story with #leargiondentouragement or #aograndenengagement.10.

Follow #leignencourage.

Follow this hashtag, and the story will get added to your timeline.