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From Poverty to Power – case studies of public campaigning/influence developing country/donor governments.
Full title: From Poverty to Power – FP2P. Top case studies of public campaigning and how to influence developing country and donor governments.
From Poverty to Power (FP2P) is meant to be a conversation, a chance to compare notes on the great swirling cloud of chatter, opinion, argument and on-the-ground experience that makes the development scene so fascinating.
The blog is co-written and maintained by Duncan Green, strategic adviser for Oxfam Great Britain.
The blog includes regular contributions from Duncan Green himself, prompted by events, trips and things he reads, or the debates he engages in on a daily basis. But it will also include a range of guest bloggers, and works because others got involved.
The Top case studies can be downloaded for free.
Review by Wilde Ganzen
This blog is published by the British branch of the social justice and development ‘multinational’ OXFAM (https://www.oxfam.org.uk/about-us/). The blog can be thought provoking.
The reports that can be downloaded focus on the work of practitioners in the field of social justice promotion, and the field of influencing donors and governments.
Such case studies can be useful to generate ideas for the reader’s own work in this field, but will also require considerable reading time.
Advocacy Shift the Power Campaigning
Author: Duncan Green (moderator)
Place and year of issue: 2022
Type: Opinion piece/blog and Website