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Yesterday marked the first day of the 2012 edition of the Social Good Summit. With the Jewish holidays later this week, the events shifted to the weekend before the start of the UN General Assembly. A packed schedule featuring Helen Clark of UNDP, Jill Sheffield of Women Deliver and Valerie Amos held promise for great conversation. Last year, the SGS was marked by celebrity appearances to serve as more of a pep rally for using social media for social good.
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Day One at SGS: A Missed Opportunity and Some Hope