Using the law for social change: 28 Nov 2019
Do you want to understand better how to use the law to pursue change? Many campaigners are comfortable with legislative change, via Westminster or the devolved legislatures, but fewer consider the courts or other legal remedies.
- a senior campaigner who wants to fill a gap in your knowledge?
- a trustee or senior leader wondering if using the law could be an option for your organisation?
- a change-maker already using the law, but wanting to explore better tactics or routes to collaboration?
We will be offering a limited number of free and scholarship places at our one-day conference in November, in association with The Baring Foundation. Complete this brief questionnaire to find out more.
Your email address (we will only use this to contact you about this event)
How would you describe your organisation's level of engagement with using the law to pursue social change? This will help us to plan the content of the day.
We know nothing about it, but want to know more
We would like to consider using the law as part of our campaign strategy, but don't know where to start
We use the law in some circumstances, but not yet as part of our campaign strategy
We already use the law as part of our campaign strategy, and would like to explore and connect with other who do
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