Become a Grassroots Campaigns Advocate with RESULTS

What You'll Do: 

Each month our campaigners take a well-researched campaign action, which is sent out in our action materials. The 'Call to action' each month is often to write and engage with, MPs and Government Ministers. Who you write to depends on who the RESULTS UK policy and parliamentary teams think you can influence the most! There are often also prompts for taking action on social media or local media. Our recent campaigns include global COVID-19 vaccine equity, effective nutrition programmes and an ongoing campaign to save the UK Overseas Development Assistance (ODA, often known as aid) budget!

As well as taking monthly actions, the London group regularly joins our monthly conference calls. We discuss the focus of that month's campaign action, and hear an update from around the network. We also welcome an expert guest speaker on the topic of the month. The calls are a great opportunity to learn about international development, ask questions, and connect with other campaigners.

It is an exciting time to get involved, meet likeminded people, and join a network of passionate campaigners across the UK!

Check out our Welcome Pack for an overview of what getting involved is all about:
https://www.results.org.uk/guides/welcome-pack-volunteers

 

Why You'll Love It: 

Are you passionate about ending global poverty?
Do you have a couple of hours a month spare?
Do you want to meet like-minded people?
Do you want to gain skills in campaigning and advocacy?

 

If your answer is 'yes' to these questions then you will love being part of RESULTS because you will join our London Group, part of 13 campaign groups, and many individual campaigners, who make up the RESULTS UK grassroots network, all connected by a passion to end poverty and to take action to influence political decisions together.

What You'll Learn: 

Skills Gained in:

Lobbying

Campaigning

Research

Social media

Fundraising

Skill sharing

Virtual projects

Global Projects

Being a good listener

Offering your help

Life Skills

Negotiating

Listening

What We're Looking For: 

RESULTS grassroots campaigners are people from all walks of life who want to make a difference. Campaigning with RESULTS plays to your strengths, whether you are interested in helping out at events or you’re a social media whizz, there are lots of different ways to get involved and build your skills. As long as you've got an interest in the issues we campaign on, we can support you to become an active advocate. We’d love to hear from you!

Summary
Volunteering
Advocate
Education
Health
Nutrition
Politics
Poverty
United Kingdom
London
United Kingdom
0 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Organisation
Research
Networking
Relevant interests: 
Charity / Nonprofit
Fundraising
Lobbying

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