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Making Change: How to run a successful advocacy campaign

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Date: 09 October 2014 at 03:00 am Presenter: Daniel Scoullar Run time: 60 Location: Online Materials Price: $40 (in AUD)

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It doesn’t take a million members or professional advocates for organisations to have a voice. You also don’t need a direct line to the press gallery to influence decision makers.

In this practical presentation, Daniel Scoullar from Social Change Projects uses case studies and his own framework to show how any organisation or group of individuals can plan and implement an advocacy campaign that will have an impact.

With a focus on working in a highly targeted way, using available resources effectively and building powerful coalitions, Daniel will leave participants with a simple to follow framework and a few tips and tricks drawn from his experience in Australia and overseas.

Who should attend?

This session is aimed at an intermediate level, to those in management positions or with a passion for creating social change.  Anyone interested in advocacy, from an organisational or individual point of view, should not miss this practical session.

Daniel Scoullar

Daniel Scoullar

Daniel founded Social Change Projects in 2010 to support not-for-profits and local communities in their work making Australia more just, equal and sustainable.

He has worked on a wide range of communications and advocacy projects for small to large not-for-profits as well as for local and state government.

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