Building National Campaigns: Spanish Ed

Front Cover
Intermón Oxfam Editorial, Dec 15, 2007 - 120 pages
0 Reviews
For many organisations, campaigning is a new type of activity and few have had the opportunity to help each other build capacity to campaign. This book draws on Oxfam International's experience in supporting national labour-rights campaigning initiatives at local and national level. The authors describe and analyse what happened in five campaigns in Colombia, Morocco, Nicaragua, Sri Lanka, and the United States. All faced enormous obstacles, and all were able to overcome them through innovation, new ways of working in alliance, and patient persistence towards their target. This book will be of interest to all campaigning individuals and organisations, not just those working on labour rights. The analysis includes learning points and examples of good practice. The book offers a menu of approaches and activities and readers can choose those which are appropriate and useful to their situation. A practical and up-to-date resources section helps the reader explore the issues further.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Agradecimientos
9
Contextos
21
Formando una alianza
29
Desarrollando una estrategia
47
Incorporando la igualdad de género
77
Utilizando los medios de comunicación
91
Desarrollando políticas
105
Conclusión
115
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2007)

David Dalton, a founding contributor of Rolling Stone, is the author of some fifteen books, including James Dean: The Mutant King, El Sid: St. Vicious, Piece of My Heart, Mindfuckers, Painting Below Zero, Faithfull with Marianne, Been Here and Gone, and Bob's Brain: Decoding Dylan, which will be published in late 2011.

Bibliographic information