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