Justice.Period

Justice.Period

The Social Change Agency and The House of St Barnabas are hosting Justice.Period an interactive panel discussion exploring the future of menstrual justice. In the lead up to the event, Ellie Goodchild from the House of St Barnabas writes about Justice.Period. ...

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#Heroesofchange: ParkRun

#Heroesofchange: ParkRun

How did ParkRun get thousands of us off the sofa and into our sneaks? Across the world, a movement of community running is erupting. From Singapore to the United States to our local parks, a global collective come together to run in their local green spaces. ParkRun...

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ACEVO Report – a bold and much needed piece

ACEVO Report – a bold and much needed piece

We’re delighted to see the release of ACEVO’s essential report ‘Speaking Frankly, Acting Boldly.’ This piece of campaigning literature has got it spot on; it clearly defines the necessity of charity campaigning and places it within the context of today’s political...

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We Lost Control

We Lost Control

Increasingly we see organisations, networks and individuals struggle to navigate the complex realities of creating social change. Many are looking to create change through funding and building social movements, yet we see them struggling to evolve traditional ways of...

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A movement masterclass with Undivided

A movement masterclass with Undivided

The Undivided movement was created in the wake of the EU Referendum to fight for young people’s interests in Brexit negotiations. Since it was launched in October 2016, it has seen unparalleled success in its engagement of young people in Brexit. They have engaged...

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Launching: The Lost Voices Project

Launching: The Lost Voices Project

We all know that traditional digital campaigning methods aren’t working. Think back to Stella Creasy’s ‘do’s and don’t for political lobbying’, or Esther Foreman’s  ‘Shouting down the house’ report, or the more recent MoreOnion report on pushing the boundaries of MP...

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People Power: the legacy of movements

Today we did an office trip to the Imperial War Museum to take a look at the People Power: Fighting for Peace exhibition. The exhibition guided us through the development of anti-war movements over the decades from the First World War to the Iraq war - which was the...

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