Tag Archives: Campaigning

Voting and public opinion: What you need to know

The more we understand how the public opinion works the better we can influence. Phillip Cowley sheds light on some of our more unusual voting trends. Continue reading

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Charities and the Labour Party conference

Intelligence from the Labour party conference for charities. Continue reading

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Summer 2016 A to Z – Part One

Some of the important policy issues affecting charities that have come up in Summer 2016. Continue reading

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Volunteering round-up: September 2016

Get the latest on new investment in youth social action, tips on involving volunteers in campaigning and the first International Volunteering Conference. Continue reading

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Data driven campaigning: The power to influence

Data is more widely available than ever before, and the ability to act on the right information at the right time is critical to any campaign. Continue reading

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Charities and lobbying – what do the Lords think?

The Lords have been debating lobbying - what does this mean for charities? Continue reading

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Why the hell would I volunteer? How working on a campaign gave me the ‘bug’

Ahead of his keynote speech at NCVO's Campaigning Conference, Johnny Mercer MP recalls how he discovered the power of volunteering while on the campaign trail. Continue reading

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What do select committee changes mean for charities?

A new government means changes to select committees - what can charities do to influence them? Continue reading

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Beyond ‘egos and logos’: Building an effective campaign coalition after Brexit

Why a coalition may benefit you and where you can find guidance on making it work Continue reading

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Bringing your charity’s supporters closer to parliament

Emily Unell from the House of Commons on the relationship between charities and parliament and how you can get involved in UK Parliament Week Continue reading

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