After attending the recent CharityComms seminar on digital communication trends, we wanted to highlight and share just two of the many interesting and inspiring ideas discussed, about how we should be using technology now and in the (near) future to engage audiences, and make sure we’re not just talking to ourselves. 357 more words
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Just who does the Derby City Council leadership think they are kidding when they speak of “consultations” with the public? Saying that you are “consulting” when in fact you are following a process to placate the lawyers, and have no intention of taking a blind bit of notice, is not consulting. 995 more words
Imagine this being an empty room in the Indian Community Centre! Imagine that all of the elderly ladies stayed at home!
Imagine that they didn’t meet their friends, didn’t share a meal with each other, didn’t share life’s stories! 225 more words
Duncan Shrubsole, Director of Partnerships, Policy and Communications reflects on last week’s speech by the Prime Minister on the government’s plans for tackling poverty.
Last week the world was waking up to the shock of the seemingly sudden death of the master of reinvention that was David Bowie. 1,401 more words
I don’t know about you, but I’ve noticed the word ‘collaboration’ cropping up more and more recently. With less funding to go round, an increasing drive towards efficiency and more complex social problems that require more than one agency to input to support or solution, some organisations are starting to recognise that there are other options beyond regarding others simply as competitors. 411 more words
This month we are happy to introduce to you two new Scotland committee members at Big Lottery Fund, Scotland. Iain Gordon and Grant Carson will bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to our committee and we looking forward to welcoming them to the Scotland team. 444 more words