Campaigning Forum 2019

Campaigning Forum 2019

Campaigning. Fundraising. Leadership. Volunteering. Media. Digital.
Campainging Innovation

The Campaigning Forum is the annual global event for experienced campaigning, fundraising and digital practitioners to connect, share and learn.

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Participants
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CAPACITY
125
COST
£550 until Mar 3 then £650
Where
Keble College, Oxford, UK
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At the Campaigning Forum, you set your agenda and we help you find others who share it. Speakers and panels are there to provoke thought.

The result: you learn more and connect with more people. This is the way events should be.

Theme: Campaigning in a world of fear mongering and fake news

In the last years, there has been a dramatic change in tone in countries around the world as political leaders are elected who may undermine decades of progress. One analysis of this is that growing numbers of people have been left behind and are expressing their frustration via the ballot box. Yet this frustration is being better mobilised by extremist groups like the far right despite through fear and lies. Could this be because most campaigning groups are content to engage only those convinced? What about the larger group of undecided? How are people's opinions set sustained? At the 2019 Campaigning Forum we'll be exploring how to get better at engaging more people and sustaining that support!

Who should come?

21st campaigning is increasingly shown to be successful not because a team of campaign experts run it, but by project teams with diverse expertise, often campaigners, fundraisers, volunteer managers, media officers, policy experts, digital experts/innovators and beyond. The Campaigning Forum is one of the few events that brings this mix of people together to connect, share and learn from each other on how to influence change.

The Campaigning Forum runs on ‘Chatham House Rules’ (= nothing is attributed without permission) so everybody can freely talk about their failures and successes.

Have we missed something that you’re itching to hear about? Come along and suggest the session you want.

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by Duane Raymond published Dec 30, 2015,