This guest post was authored by Ben Hewitt and Hannah Lownsbrough.
Defending funding for rural schools in Thailand. Stopping the US President from securing FastTrack authority to approve secretive trade deals without Congressional approval. Defeating a regressive tax plan which would hurt the poor in Kenya.
All of the above victories have emerged from global campaigning and advocacy movements over the last few years, and all of them have drawn on both traditional–and new–organising models.
Save the Children has been campaigning to tackle child mortality for the past five years and has started to think about what its global campaigning model should look like in a post-2015 world. To help support this, we interviewed leading campaigners, activists, marketing experts and trend analysts from around the world, who collectively highlighted four campaign trends of noteRead the rest now…