The Advocacy Iceberg

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  • The Value Iceberg

    The Value Iceberg

    Jan 30, 2016 • 18.41

    Pilot episode: Interview with Rhonda Schlangen, co author (with me) of The Value Iceberg, a discussion piece about how the important elements of advocacy tend to be intangible, under the surface, difficult to see, and how this affects how advocacy is seen and valued.

  • Social movements

    Social movements

    Mar 1, 2016 • 28:18

    Episode 2: Social movements. Interview with Natasha Adams about social movements and how they differ from, but can interlock with, campaigns.

  • Email campaigning

    Email campaigning

    Apr 10, 2016 • 20:37

    Episode 3: Email campaigning. Interview with Esther Foreman, Director of the Social Change Agency, about email campaigning targeted at politicians. This draws on Esther’s past research: Peering In and Shouting Down The House You can subscribe to the podcast, if you want to, on iTunes, or follow it on soundcloud

  • Leadership in campaigning

    Leadership in campaigning

    May 17, 2016 • 27:24

    Episode 4: Leadership in campaigning. Interview with Tom Baker, discussing aspects of leadership, in campaigns and coalitions, and organisational and sector leadership.   Tom’s blog is here, on twitter he’s @mrtombaker You can subscribe to the podcast, if you want to, on iTunes, or follow it on soundcloud

  • The campaign for an Arms Trade Treaty

    The campaign for an Arms Trade Treaty

    Jun 14, 2016 • 37:45

    Episode 5 – An interview with Anna Macdonald and Oliver Sprague, about the campaign to secure a global Arms Trade Treaty.   You can subscribe to the Advocacy Iceberg podcast, if you want to, on iTunes, or follow it on soundcloud

  • Surviving the storm

    Surviving the storm

    Jul 24, 2016 • 21:48

    Ep 6 Surviving the Storm. Interview with Patrick Olszowski about the challenges the voluntary sector is facing, and how to respond.   Patrick’s website is here and he’s on twitter as @civility1   The IDEO toolkit Patrick mentions is here

  • Let Toys Be Toys

    Let Toys Be Toys

    Sep 29, 2016 • 24:24

    Ep 7: Interview with Jess Day, talking about the Let Toys Be Toys campaign @day_jess @LetToysBeToys More about the tweet Jess talks about here You can subscribe to the Advocacy Iceberg podcast, if you want to, on iTunes, or follow it on soundcloud

  • Theories of change

    Theories of change

    Nov 1, 2016 • 23:58

    Ep 8 – Theories of change – interview with Jenny Ross about theories of change and what’s good about them, & also possible ways they might be less good Jenny’s presentation for Bond is here: https://www.bond.org.uk/resources/theory-of-change-for-advocacy-and-campaigns Jenny is on twitter @jennyross101  

  • Disrupting the sector

    Disrupting the sector

    Nov 23, 2016 • 17.30

    Ep 9 – Disrupting the sector – interview with Johnny Chatterton, Executive Director of Campaign Bootcamp, who talks about past initiatives and current plans for expanding Bootcamp, and how as a sector we should respond to what’s going on around us

  • How organisations develop activists

    How organisations develop activists

    Jan 11, 2017 • 28:00

    Ep 10 – An interview with Hahrie Han, author of How Organizations Develop Activists. Hahrie talks about the mobilising vs organising model that she sets out in the book and also some of her more recent thinking about how organisations maximise their strategic effectiveness in a changing world.