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About Sarah Gilbert

Sarah Gilbert is an experienced campaigner. She is an independent consultant and runs projects for NCVO on campaigning and influencing, including the Certificate in Campaigning and Leadership in Campaigns. She also coaches campaigners, has guest lectured for Roehampton University, and is a member of the advisory board for the University of Westminster's MA in Campaigning, Communications and Media. Sarah sits on the Campaigning Effectiveness Advisory Board and writes blogs, articles and tweets about how to influence people and the sector’s role in campaigning.

Using the law to campaign (without breaking it)

Despite fears that charities’ right to campaign could be undermined, there is overwhelming support for and evidence of charities legitimately speaking out. Continue reading

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How to make a bigger impact in rapidly changing times

Amid the passion, discontent and plethora of voices, what can campaigners in the voluntary and community sector do to make an impact? Continue reading

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If you want to change the world, where should you start?

NCVO’s decision to refresh and re-launch the Certificate in Campaigning is testament to its commitment to the sector's independence. Continue reading

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Accelerate your thinking with a little bit of chemistry…

Tips for two different coaching scenarios: working with a client you haven't met and somebody you already know Continue reading

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Can charities still change the world?

Will campaigning remain high on the agenda for charities that want to see a change in the world? Continue reading

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You may say that I’m a dreamer. But I’m not the only one…

Why is there controversy around voluntary sector campaigning? Continue reading

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Coaching through the rain

How can coaching help voluntary sector executives to find solutions? Continue reading

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