Top Posts for March

It has been a record breaking March on the blog. Thank you to everyone everyone who has visited, tweeted a link or posted a comment. I’m going to be taking a break from writing regular posts in April as I’m really involved in campaigning for the London Mayoral Elections and don’t have a huge amount …

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Top Posts for September

Its been a amazing September on the blog. A record number of visitors and a featured post in the Guardian. A huge thanks to everyone who has visited, tweeted a link or posted a comment. Here are the five most read articles for the month. 1. Astroturfing, 38 Degrees and MPs views of e-actions 2. Summer …

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Top Posts for August 2011

Its been a quieter August on the blog, but still a huge thanks to everyone who has visited, tweeted a link or posted a comment. Here are the five most read articles for the month. 1. Thoughts on the first week of epetitions.direct.gov.uk 2. Summer Reading 3. Advocacy in 2020 – future trends and how …

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On holiday….back in September

A Daily Tip e-mail from the good folk at New Organising Institute reminded me last week about the importance of taking a holiday. They came up with lots of useful reasons as to why we should take a break. With this in mind, I’m going to pause blogging until the start of September to take a …

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Top Posts for July 2011

A huge thanks to everyone who has visited, tweeted a link or posted a comment. Here are the five most read articles for July.  1. Evaluating Advocacy – Craft or Science? 2. Summer Reading 3. From Across the Pond – Leadership within an Advocacy Movement 4. May the Force be with Greenpeace  5. How campaigning dealt …

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Top posts for June 2011

It’s been really great June for the blog. A huge thanks to everyone who has visited, tweeted a link or posted a comment. Here are the five most read articles for the month. 1. May the Force be with Greenpeace 2. Campaign Totals – DFID 3. From Across the Pond – Leadership within an Advocacy Movement …

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Still blogging here…but also somewhere else

Regular readers of the blog will have noticed that in the last month I’ve broken the golden rule of blogging, that you must write something at least once a week. The main reason for this is because I’ve been contributing over on the NCVO website as they’ve launched the Campaigning and Influencing Forum. I’ve written about …

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Political Dynamite

I have to confess that I’ve never managed to find a blogging rhythm, so perhaps it’s foolish that I’ve joined as a regular contributor to the Political Dynamite blog which launched this week. The blog is a collective effort, pulling together a fascinating mix of campaigners working on a range of different causes. The writers …

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A penny for your thoughts

Welcome to the thoughtful campaigner…… This blog aims to be a space to highlight excellent examples of campaigning, to reflect on emerging trends and to keep a pace with what’s happening in the world of campaigning in the UK. I’ve worked in the sector for the last 5 years, but can’t seem to find one …

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