eCampaigning Forum 2014
Zaid Hassan outlines how social labs - constant experimentation for problem solving - can help deal with the inadequacy of planning for dealing with complex problems.
The UN Arms Trade Treaty was approved in 2013. But it was over a decade of work that made it possible. Anna Macdonald, the Head of the Arms Control Campaign, shares 10 lessons from 10 years.
How not moving to a new database helped MSF to increase their income
Jon Alexander outlines the importance of appealing to people as Citizens not just as Consumers and supporting evidence and trials.
The breadth of government Internet and phone on all citizens has shocked the world and jolted citizens, companies and countries to take digital security more seriously. Here is an institution to the issues and what citizens and NGOs can do about it.
There might not be a magic formula for virality, but Richard presents on a growing body of research that is providing valuable insights into creating shareable videos.
Make best use of welcome emails to warm up and retain your newly-acquired online leads.
We need to adopt some new activism tactics: craft such as hand embroidery can address some of the problems in traditional activism and should become a valued tool in the activism toolbox.
It's time for forms everywhere to be transformed from their beige filing cabinet mediocrity to entities that are more fun, more appealing and generally not a pain for people to fill in.
Inspiring examples of mobile crowdsourced data and research, and how the incentives and technology used can relate to non-profit campaigns.
Rob Salmon (Torchbox) shares case studies for why promotion is essential even if you have great content.
We hear a lot about how our organisations can use social media to influence causes, but how can it help us change our own organisations?
Glyn Thomas shares case study of the range of methods and results for digital fundraising at the World Development Movement (WDM).
Cases, tips, risks and a framework for when it’s safe to share information online
Ed Maklouf shows how crowdsourcing mobile platform Gather is being use for advocacy and citizen science case studies, including in Guadalajara, Mexico for urban improvement.
How lightweight digital volunteering can support NGO campaigning and service delivery. General principles to consider and case studies.
Graphic designer Lindsay Noble examines the current horizon of visualised data and storytelling, and focusses on what factors contribute to successful campaigning and fundraising infographics.
Established organisations in all sectors are struggling with the integration of digital. Matt Wright (Shelter) explains the culture clash from both sides and offers suggestions for overcoming it.
How the youth in Dakar are mobilising to protect the capital city's coastline against privatization and land grabs