Social Media Toolkit: Statement of Principles on US-DPRK diplomacy

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Table of Contents

Sample Twitter Posts

Sample Facebook Posts

Statement of Principles link

Graphics links (visuals below)

Hashtags

Statement Endorsers (with Twitter handles if they have)

Graphics visuals

Download this toolkit here.

Sample Twitter Posts

  • Next week is the #VietnamSummit between the U.S. and North Korea. We have a historic opportunity to advance the twin goals of denuclearization & lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula. We urge Congress to commit to these principles for diplomacy! http://winwithoutwar.org/statement-of-pro-diplomacy-groups-regarding-u-s-policy-toward-north-korea/ [Tag some of endorsing organizations here — see full list below]
  • 45 organizations stand united for diplomacy and dialogue on the Korean Peninsula. We call on Congress to support these principles ahead of the #VietnamSummit and commit to working towards a lasting peace with #NorthKorea! http://winwithoutwar.org/statement-of-pro-diplomacy-groups-regarding-u-s-policy-toward-north-korea/ [Tag some of endorsing organizations here — see full list below]
  • ☮️ Proud to stand together with @WinWithoutWar, @WomenCrossDMZ, @MoveOn, @CREDOMobile, @CAPSecurity and 40 other organizations to support diplomacy and the advancement of a lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula. Read our statement here. #VietnamSummit
  • To achieve a lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula, we need a reciprocal, action-for-action peace process 🗺 So, along with 44 other national organizations, we ask Congress to commit to these principles for diplomacy with #NorthKorea:

✅ A process with reciprocal actions

✅ South Korea’s efforts to improve inter-Korean relations

✅ Targeted sanctions relief

✅ Including civil society

🚫 An unprovoked U.S. military attack

We support these principles for U.S-North Korea policy:

Sample Facebook Posts

  • Next week, Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un meet for their second summit on US-North Korea relations. We have before us a historic opportunity to advance the twin goals of denuclearization and a lasting peace regime on the Korean Peninsula. Alongside 44 other organizations, we urge Congress support diplomacy with North Korea based on these principles!
  • 45 organizations stand united for diplomacy with North Korea and for a U.S.-North Korean foreign policy based upon these principles. We ask Congress to stand with us in advance of the U.S.-DPRK Summit in Vietnam next week.
  • We are proud to stand together with Win Without War, Women Cross DMZ, MoveOn.org, CREDO, Peace Action, and 40 other organizations in support of these principles for advancing a peace process with North Korea ahead of next week’s U.S.-DPRK summit in Vietnam. Read our statement here.

Statement of Principles link

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  1. 40 Organizations Push for Progress
  2. 40 Orgs to Congress
  3. Principles break-down 1
  4. Principles break-down 2

Hashtags

#VietnamSummit

Statement Endorsers and Twitter Handles

About Face @VetsAboutFace

Arms Control Association @ArmsControlNow

Beyond the Bomb @BeyondtheBomb

Campaign for Peace Disarmament and Common Security

Center for American Progress @CAPSecurity

Center for International Policy @CIPonline

CODEPINK @codepink

Council for a Livable World @Livableworld

CREDO @CREDOMobile

Daily Kos @dailykos

Dominican Sisters of Peace @PeaceDominicans ‏

Foreign Policy for America @FP4America

Franciscan Action Network @franciscannet

Friends Committee on National Legislation @FCNL

Good Friends USA

Indivisible @IndivisibleTeam

Institute for Policy Studies, New Internationalism Project

Just Foreign Policy @justfp

Korean American National Coordinating Council, Inc.

Korean Americans in Action

Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns

Mennonite Central Committee U.S. Washington Office @mccwashington‏

Military Families Speak Out

MoveOn @MoveOn

National Association of Korean Americans

Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability @Nautilus_Inst ‏

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation @napf

Nuclear Crisis Group @NuclearCrisisGr ‏

Pax Christi International @PaxChristi

Peace Action @PeaceAction

Peace Committee of the Korean Association of the United Methodist Church

Physicians for Social Responsibility @PSRnuclear

Ploughshares Fund @plough_shares

Presbyterian Church (USA)@Presbyterian

RootsAction.org @Roots_Action

United Church of Christ, Justice and Witness Ministries

United for Peace and Justice @UnitedForPeace

VoteVets @votevets

War Prevention Initiative @WarPrevention

Win Without War @WinWithoutWar

Women Cross DMZ @WomenCrossDMZ

Women’s Action for New Directions @WomensAction

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