How can service delivery and campaigning come together?
Service delivery and programmes teams are out on the ground, driving programmes and finding out real problems.
With this wealth of knowledge and expertise, it’s a missed trick if campaigning doesn’t work with these teams to inform our programmes and develop an integrated strategy to achieve national, regional and local change. They can provide the evidence, then we can create the campaign – demonstrating that what we’re saying needs to happen, works.
At this event, we heard from campaigners working strategically with service delivery to affect change. We also discussed the approaches, tools and techniques we can use to maximise this relationship and work towards a shared strategy.
- Article: Want great results from your service? Then put users at the heart of the design process – Sam Menter, director and co-founder, Mace and Menter
- Article: The collaborations behind Time to Talk Day – Louise Penman, senior communications officer, Time to Change
- Article: Powerful stories don’t need to tick every box – Claudine Harris, digital content and user experience manager, Arthritis Research UK
How to power up your frontline workforce – Rossanna Trudgian, head of campaigns and public affairs, Action for Children
Sharing insights to create campaigns with real impact – Christina Rolles, head of communications, The Lullaby Trust
Campaigning with young people – Nicole Fassihi, national campaigns manager, The Children’s Society
About the Campaign Network
The Campaign Network is a joint initiative from CharityComms and the Social Change Agency looking to address a gap for heads of campaigns and campaign leads in UK charities for strategic development, campaign sector development and professional development.
The Network will provide an opportunity for campaign peers to meet to discuss important issues at a strategic level, in order to raise the standard around campaigning. The format of the afternoon is a round-table discussion, led by our excellent facilitators, feeding into the group as a whole.
If you’re interested in sponsoring this group, please email Vanessa.