NCVO Campaigns Conference: Campaigning in a Changing Environment

25th January 2011, 09:45 – 16:30

NCVO’s 2011 campaigning conference will focus on developing practical skills and identifying new opportunities to help you navigate the current environment.  So whether you want to brush up on old skills, learn practical new ones, find out about new opportunities to bring about change or network with your peers this conference is for you.

Date: Tuesday 25th January 2011
LocationFriends Meeting House, London

You’ll find further details on the speakers, workshops and outline of the conference on the NCVO site here

If you are using social media tools to report on the day remember the hashtag is:

#ncvocc

A wrap up blog post from last year'sNCVO conference. If you couldn’t make it – and even if you did – we really recommend taking some time to check out all the great content that was captured from around the conference and published on this site. There’s loads of images, audio interviews and comment and analysis from our live reporters so take a look. read more

Photos from previous NCVO events. read more

Join us for a networking breakfast

by , 24/01/11 2:58am
Join us from 9.45 and make the most of the opportunity of the networking breakfast to link up with others and pick the brains of some leading campaigners who will be on hand. Brian Lamb Brian Lamb, OBE has held Director level posts in campaigning and advocacy in both Scope and RNID. He now runs […]

Programme for the NCVO Campaigns Conference

by , 24/01/11 2:51am
Programme 09:45 -10:25 Registration, Refreshments and Networking An opportunity to network with your peers, tables will be hosted by leading campaigners and public affairs officers 10:25 -10:45 Welcome and Introduction - Speaker of the House of Commons, Rt Hon John Bercow MP 10:45 -11:30 Plenary Session How does campaigning fit in the Big Society? - […]
NCVO - Campaigns Conference - The New Politics

We spend a huge amount of time raising awareness about issues. We’re really good at it. It’s a very British thing to do. We write letters to local newspapers, we write to our MP, we talk to other people about them doing something. read more