The question campaigners hate to answer, but need to
Kirsty McNeill on the tough question campaigners need to ask themselves in order to make change.
Is there a better response to our public support crisis?
We need a change in the underlying strategy and messaging of aid if we are to meet the current crisis of public support.
What stops the public engaging with humanitarian issues?
Research on public attitudes identifies four blocks that stop the public connecting with humanitarian issues.
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The campaign for aid
A coalition of Bond members is coordinating efforts to make the case for aid in tackling global poverty.
A series of groups have been coordinating the campaign’s work since 2017. These groups are led by a steering group and governed by a board of NGOs.
Collaboration is led by the campaign director, Richard Darlington, who is based at Bond’s office in London.
For more information, including how to join the campaign, contact Richard Darlington: [email protected]