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What We Do
Tailored Benchmark Analysis
Training and Workshops
eCampaigning Overview Courses
eCampaigning Essentials Course
Advanced eCampaigning Courses
eCampaigning Expert Exchanges
Tool Usage Review
Advice and Support
End of Year Ideas
Campaigning Master Class
ECF 2015 Date Poll
Criteria for ECF Hiring/RFP Posts
UK Lobbying Act Forum
Digital Leadership Forum
Zap Buzz Forum
Mind the gap - the most common campaigning mistakes
Using a social network site for campaigning
Making the most of video for human rights: some practical tips
Gathering campaign information online: Woods under Threat
Case study: reaching a new audience "I'm not disposable" chopsticks
Launching a campaign online: STAND UP for Tiny Lives
Activism around an election: Australia 2007
What's happening in campaigning and the Internet
Future gazing: online trends for campaigning organisations
A New Tool for an Old Art
Involving beneficiaries in campaigning
Unleashing the power of live broadcasting
How to write a great web brief
Risk in online campaigning
What is the semantic web?
Google Analytics – filters, workarounds and plugins
Exit strategies from social media
How to plan highly effective campaigns
Case Study: No Child Born to Die (Save the Children)
Exploring Open Data for Campaigning
What's going to be the 'Next Big Thing'?
What will e-campaigning look like in 10 years?
What would you do differently if you could repeat the last 5 years?
What's the biggest obstacle to integrating campaigning and fundraising?
What's your top tip for using data effectively?
What's the biggest missed opportunity for digital at your organisation?
What's the best idea you've heard at ECF?
Integrating Digital Campaigning and Fundraising
How to fight corruption using the elections
Steal these 10 e-campaigning ideas
No More Page 3: How one person can launch a people powered movement
No Dash For Gas: Taking on EDF
Activism vs. Slacktivism Debate
Activism vs. Slacktivism Debate: Highlights and Reactions
Is clicktivism hurting activism?
What does the evidence say about slacktivism?
Activists Use Any Tools At Hand
Activism is disturbing the present in service of the future
Good Activism and Bad Activism
The message matters, not the tools
Balancing digital with non-digital activism
Panel Questions/Comments & Answer
Why is digital leadership important for NGOs?
Developing an International Digital Strategy
Tips for NGOs in Creating a Blogger Outreach Program
eCampaigning Forum 2013
Greenpeace's Jedi Mind Tricks in the VW Darkside Campaign
Lessons from a data-driven campaign (Obama 2012)
Supporter re-activation and segmentation via email
Digital Censorship, Surveillance and Copyright
Unions and campaigners: Time for an honest conversation
How to Make a 7-minute Campaign Website
Special Branch – super campaigners for UK woodlands
Woodland Trust - creative corner
Woodland Trust - woods
Woodland Trust - handbook
Woodland Trust Special Branch Handbook
The Power of Laughtivism
Case Study: India Against Corruption
Unconscious motivational values
Naming Storms after Climate Change Deniers
30+ Years of Protest Mapped
Why did the Save the Children Syria video go viral?
Why #nomakeupselfie became popular and what charities can learn from it
eCampaigning Forum 2014
Social Labs Revolution: A new approach to solving complex challenges
Achieving the Arms Trade Treaty
Social media for organisational change
Winning YouTube: Learning from highly shared videos
Welcoming new supporters: how and why
Craftivism: A spoonful of craft helps the activism go down
Why we should all love forms
Mobile app campaigns inspired by 'citizen science'
Digital fundraising via campaigning
Content isn't king, promotion is...
Crowdsourcing for NGOs: research findings
Snowden 101: spying and civil society
Crowdsourcing for NGOs: case studies
From consumers to citizens: reclaiming identity
Digital risks and security for activists
Going mobile: How MSF increased digital giving by 91%
#NonAuMur Campaign Against Coastline Privatization in Senegal
Infographics for Campaigning and Fundraising
Challenges for digital leaders: perceptions and politics
'Click bait' headlines and how they perform
Growth moments and sustaining growth
NGO challenges with digital campaigning and fundraising
Failures, reaching the general public and join asks
Developing your 'super-activists'
A Pay Equity Experiment
Provoking a public reaction
2006 UK MP Survey
Political Survey Data Protection
UK MP eCampaigning Survey 2006 Results
eCampaigning Resource Pack 2008 Download (PDF, 1.5MB)
How to Campaign like Obama
Make Poverty History New Media Review
Are NGO campaigners thinking too small?
The integration imperative: Tiananmen mothers case study
Reactivating inactive supporters
Targeting tweeting MPs
Getting staff engaged with a campaign
Talking digital, acting local
Making joint campaigns work online
HTML email comes of age
The ethics of photography
Clicktivism - will we acknowledge its impact?
Greenpeace vs. VW
An e-campaigning reading list
WordPress v Joomla v Drupal: who's your dream date?
Using a Google+ hangout for an online press conference
Using facebook for a live Q and A session
Joining a conversation on twitter
Making the most of Facebook insights
How to Campaign like Obama
How to eCampaign like Obama
How is public perception influenced?
eCampaigning Models: Email-to-Action
eCampaigning in a leaderless world
Gladwell: Why the revolution will not be tweeted
Hype vs. Reality: What digital channels are the most effective in 2010?
Funding eCampaigning in Kenya
64ForSuu.org: Launching a New Campaign in 6 Days
Benchmarking: What is it?
Split-Testing: Are yours statistically valid?
Top Four Essentials of eCampaigning
A privacy statement in video
Behind the scenes of the redesign
eCampaigning training series launched
In My Name launch
Donating IS a campaigning action
Obama's Win and the Power of Networking
Planning for Success: Change.gov
What will help YOU through 2009?
Significant Trends in 2006 (Part 1)
Significant Events in 2006 (Part 2)
Key Campaigning Gaps in 2006 (Part 3)