Reflections from teaching “Storytelling and Communicating for Change” in the University of Vermont Masters of Leadership for Sustainability program.
Can we responsibly honor others by authentically centering ourselves and our experiences?
3 reasons I make sure my organization rejects conventional, offensive fundraising strategies.
Just in case you want to remain “old school” in your communications strategies and keep them grounded in a charitable fundraising model.
What does it take to lead a 30-year-old organization to change its name and brand to reflect its values? I’ll tell you in a few weeks after I’ve had some rest.
Is it time to stop utilizing the private sector’s marketing toolbox?
Can photos provoke people to donate to charity AND ensure people’s dignity?
A conversation with David Humphries, Global Communities’ Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs.
For NGOs considering how to ‘reframe their message’ in their communications and fundraising, they can include their local partners in developing countries in this proces. Invest in partners’ branding and communications. Let them tell their own story. As much it is ‘our message,’ even more so it is theirs. ~Judith Madigan of BrandOutLoud
Photographs by Joop Rubens
New publication suggests a new way forward for international aid organizations’ communications strategies with the general public.
“The Development Element: Guidelines for the future of communicating about the end of global poverty” resonates with those in the #globaldev sector.
A new publication explores how international organizations can get beyond polarizing portrayals of global development and aid.
Communicators are shaping the global development narrative.