Six behavioural psychology tips for effective campaigns
Alice Delemare shares some behavioural psychology tips for campaigners, gathered at a recent CharityComms event.
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Road-testing the Narrative Project
The New Venture Fund worked with 10 organisations to road-test the Narrative Project approach in their communications.
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We're all #ProudOfAid
Concern is proud of the work they do to tackle hunger and transform lives, which is made possible with funding from the Department for International Development. Their supporters are also proud of aid, and have shared some of their reasons for wanting to protect the 0.7% aid budget.Concern Worldwide 9 June 2016
Asking supporters to encourage their MP to speak up for aid
Ahead of the parliamentary debate about 0.7% on 13 June, the Christian international development organisation, Tearfund, is asking its supporters to encourage MPs to speak up for aid.Tearfund 8 June 2016
Realistic and achievable: why the 0.7% figure is so important
Ahead of the parliamentary debate on 13 June, Miski Abdi discusses the importance of the UK's commitment to spend 0.7% of its national income on overseas aid.CARE Insights 8 June 2016