Influencing overview

Links

Influencing central government – overview from NCVO/Knowhow, including information on how to influence government bodies and non-government organisations.

Campaign Impact Methodology – this toolkit developed by Save the Children provides tools on how to measure advocacy impact. It includes a guidance document on advocacy and campaigning monitoring, evaluation and learning, a menu of indicators and a series of templates that can be downloaded from their website.

Lost voices. A toolkit to help interrogate digital campaigning practices – this toolkit from The Social Change Agency intends to help charities improve and reshape their digital campaigns to be more accessible, effective, inclusive and responsible; it also provides a scale to measure how responsible a charity digital campaigning tactic is.

Evidence for Success – The guide to getting evidence and using it – this guide by the Knowledge Translation Network provides step-by-step guidance and resources to support organisations on using evidence to influence policy and practice.

Useful Organisations/Websites

NPC – a charity that supports other charities, philanthropists, funders and social enterprises maximise their social impact.

ACEVO – the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations.

 

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Measuring your campaigning impact: an introduction (7 pp., 337KB) – an NPC document (January 2016).

Speaking frankly, Acting boldly (36 pp., 851KB) – a document from ACEVO on the legacy and achievements of charity campaigning.

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