Lyndall Stein

Lyndall Stein

Lyndall is a leading authority on campaigning, income generation and communications. She has worked for a wide range of organisations concerned with social justice, including Care International, Bond, Concern UK, ActionAid International, the Terrence Higgins Trust, the Big Issue Foundation, the African National Congress, and in the 80's she chaired Votes for Freedom, the initiative that raised several million for South Africa's first democratic election. She is a trustee of Reprieve and chair of the Sheila Mckechnie Foundation.

She is also founding editor of Positive Lives, a photographic project showing the global human response to HIV/AIDS, an exhibition seen by over two million people worldwide.

Posts

Coins underwater
The Etherington Review and a politically-driven agenda threaten to undermine our fundraising practice and damage our work in a very serious way. But this needs to be seen in a broader context.
3 December 2015
Young refugees in Rome hold up picture of a rainbow
No one sees fundraisers as heroes, just money-grubbers who don't really understand development issues. But guess what? We do know that you don't drag someone behind the bike shed and show them everything you’ve got on a first date.
26 November 2015
Pile of old slides
The tragic photo of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, the drowned Syrian child, washed up on a Turkish beach is testament to the power images have to generate passionate responses.
22 October 2015