Traidcraft Exchange won the Advocacy Campaign Award for their work on trade post-Brexit

Advocacy Campaign Award

The Advocacy Campaign Award celebrates strategic and inspiring campaigns that raise public awareness of international development causes.

We want to celebrate organisations that contribute to ending poverty worldwide by promoting policies based on equality, human rights and social justice that work for the poor. 

"It was fantastic to have our advocacy work recognised by winning the Bond award. It's helped boost Traidcraft's profile within the sector and provided media opportunities to explain our work. It enhances our credibility as a professional organisation having an impact at the highest levels."
   - Traidcraft, Advocacy Campaign Award winners 2018

This year's submissions

We wanted to hear about advocacy campaigns that engaged and motivated people to take action and built long-term support for international development through influencing. The winner will be announced on 18 March 2019.

Christian Aid - The Big Shift

Global Citizen Live

HelpAge International - Age Demands Action

Malaria No More UK - Malaria Must Die & Malaria Summit London 2018 

Save the Children - Remember Rohingya


Last year's winner and finalists

The judges selected three projects as the finalists, with the winner announced at the awards ceremony on 26 February 2018.

Winner: Traidcraft Exchange - Brexit trade and development
Set up in the aftermath of the EU referendum, this campaign led to a public pledge from the government to guarantee existing levels of market access for developing countries when the UK leaves the EU. 

Finalist: Refugee Rights Europe - Promoting human rights for refugees in Europe
Refugee Rights Europe uses field research to advocate for the human rights of refugees. The research is turned into reports, letters or meetings for parliamentarians, governing bodies, the media or civil society.


Finalist: Save the Children - Don’t let them off the hook
This campaign led to the Saudia-Arabia led coalition being relisted on the UN’s Children and Armed Conflict list of grave violators, a move which will lead to better protections for Yemeni children.  


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