- The Social Change Agency
45 White Lion Street
London, N1 9PW United Kingdom
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- March 7
- 13:30 - 17:30
Please note that this month’s training will be held in-person in London and will not be available online.
The essential, practical tool for campaigners – If you want to influence change you need to understand who holds the power.
Power mapping is a way to visualise and create a shared understanding of where power and influence is held. Knowing this enables you to focus your resources, target key decision makers and forward plan tactics for maximum impact.
Five things you’ll come away with:
- A big picture view of the issue and where you sit in relation to other influencers, decision makers and stakeholders.
- An understanding of who holds the power and who you need to engage to make change happen.
- A route map of tactical options and how they might play out.
- The tools that will enable you to develop a laser focused campaign strategy with the best chance of success.
- A framework you can use again and again to status check, track your impact and plot your moves towards your campaign goal.
The power analysis method has transformed the way we approach and understand our policy reform goals. Definitely recommended. – Charlotte Threipland, APPEAL
Meet the trainers
Aggie is an expert in value driven facilitation and movement building. Prior to joining The Social Change Agency Aggie was part of the secretariat for the International Falcons Movement – Socialist Educational International where she coordinated thematic networks and led project work focusing on capacity building across the movement of movements. Aggie has delivered on a range of topics including climate justice, inclusive sex education, conflict transformation, peacebuilding and intersectional organising.
Julia Fausing Price is a Communications Consultant at The Social Change Agency, where she advises a number of UK-based charities on their communications strategies, and leads our work delivering the UK Aid Match programme, a 5-year, £150 million programme run by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).
How much does it cost?
Whether your coming from a grassroots movement, a local council, a charitable organisation or for-profit company, we want to ensure these introductory workshops are open to all. That’s why we use a pay-what-you-wish model. Simply enter the amount that you would like to pay when you book your ticket.
Can I bring my team along?
In order to ensure fairness and a diverse range of people, places are limited to up to two people per organisation. Please get in touch if you would like on-site training for larger groups of people.
My organisation is paying for my place, can you send me an invoice?
Yes, when you go through the checkout you’ll have the option to pay by invoice.