Have your say: Lobbying Act – tracking the impact

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The Sheila McKechnie Foundation, with the Directory of Social Change, is updating the evidence about the impact of the Lobbying Act on campaigning. They are interested in your experience, regardless of how much time, effort or budget you have dedicated to it.
If you work in the charity and voluntary sector, and regard yourself as being involved in campaigning aimed at national or local governments in the UK, then this survey might be of interest to you.
They are defining campaigning as one or more of the following activities:
· Changing public attitudes/social norms/behaviours
· Policy influencing (e.g. regulatory or legislative change)
· Political influencing (e.g. changing political priorities, challenging ideologies/positions)
· Electoral activity (e.g. enabling constituents to participate in election debate).
The survey closes on 30 April 2018. More details can be found online with the survey.
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