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The latest reports, articles and books from our team.

How to Have Ideas

How to Have Ideas

How to Have Ideas An excerpt from the book, Who Cares?Creativity, surely, is innate. It’s something mysterious that you’re just born with, right? So, while some of us lead predictable, rational lives, others are blessed with flashes of inspiration that propel the rest...

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Drinkaware hires Eden Stanley

Drinkaware hires Eden Stanley

Drinkaware hires Eden StanleyIndependent alcohol education charity, Drinkaware, has appointed Eden Stanley to accelerate its brand engagement to support even more people to make better choices about drinkingJoe Barrell, Eden Stanley’s Founder and Principle, said:...

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Shelter hires Eden Stanley

Shelter hires Eden Stanley

Shelter hires Eden StanleyThe UK’s leading housing and homelessness charity, Shelter, has appointed Eden Stanley to help them mobilise a new generation of supporters and activists to join them in the fight against the national housing emergency.Alongside its...

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Generation Shift

Generation Shift

Generation ShiftWe ran a simple analysis of our Tracker data to get a snapshot of generational differences in people’s relationships with charities and causes.Now, we would be the first to tell you that research analysis by age alone is never enough to get a deep...

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The Human Right

The Human Right

The Human RightBased on interviews with senior politicians, civil servants and political influencers, this report explores current political opinion about human rights, and the major parties’ attitudes to human rights legislation.The report illustrates the potential,...

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The Right Wavelength

The Right Wavelength

The Right WavelengthThere are countless people out there right now who want to engage with your cause. People looking to make a connection. To make a contribution.But now imagine, just for a moment, what it’s like to be them. Can you get on their wavelength, and see...

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Cut from a different cloth

Cut from a different cloth

Cut from a different clothOur client TRAID, the development charity, is on a mission to straighten out the kinks in public misconceptions around textile recycling. But doing so requires something that’s never been done before – nationwide research into what, how and...

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No man’s land

No man’s land

No man’s landWhen it comes to donating things to good causes – from spare change to body organs – women outstrip men. That’s a problem lifesaving medical charities need to fix fast.Let’s put this bluntly: women give to charity a whole lot more than men. And there’s no...

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Seen and not heard

Seen and not heard

Seen and not heardChild participation is seen by some as the ‘exotic outskirts’ of international development. But not only can listening to what children think mean better outcomes for them and their communities – it’s a fundamental right.It’s an attitude to children...

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Whatever Next

Whatever Next

Whatever NextThe pace of change can feel especially daunting when your job is engaging the public in good causes. Written by Eden Stanley, and published by CharityComms, Whatever Next? draws together thinking from 30 charities with countless other sources, on current...

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Where change happens

Where change happens

Where change happensIn recent times we have seen a changing approach to advocacy across the international development sector, with a greater focus on influencing governments in the Global South.In this report we speak to more than 30 INGOs about how they have managed...

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Make it matter

Make it matter

Make it matterThird sector communications professionals often tell us their work is undervalued. Yet few feel equipped to spell out how critical communications really are. What’s needed is a robust, outcome-focused strategy – which this book by our founder, Joe...

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