Training Day: Wed Apr 8

Trainings and workshops to sharpen your skills delivered by experienced eCampaigning Forum members.

09:00 - 17:00

Digital Leadership Forum (Music Room)

A full day professional development workshop where participants will learn how to develop Digital Leadership in their organisation You will learn how to: Develop trusting relationships with your managers and colleagues Influence without power Lead change Negotiate Agenda DIGITAL LEADERSHIP FORUM ON WEDNESDAY APRIL 8TH 08:45-09:00 Check in: grab your name tag and say hello!…

Venue:
Sloane Robinson Building: Music Room
Lead By:
Branislava Milosevic and Pheona Croom-Johnson
09:00 - 17:30

Planning Effective Campaigns (Seminar Room 2)

Campaigns use communication to gather support, create pressure and exert influence. For most non governmental organisations (NGOs), their only resource to secure real change is public persuasion. Business has money, government has law but campaigns have only public support. Communication is the campaigners’ instrument for change, not simply a way to publicise an opinion. These…

Venue:
Sloane Robinson Building: Seminar Room 2
Lead By:
Chris Rose, CampaignStrategy.org
Type:
Training
09:00 - 17:30

eCampaigning Overview (Seminar Room 1)

An intense comprehensive overview of e-campaigning that provides a strong framework for e-campaigning strategy, planning, implementation and continuous learning. Perfect for campaigners, fundraisers, digital producers and others involved in planning and implementing campaigns via digital channels. Agenda ECAMPAIGNING OVERVIEW TRAINING ON WEDNESDAY APRIL 8TH 08:45-09:00 Check in: grab your name tag and say hello! You…

Venue:
Sloane Robinson Building: Seminar Room 1
Lead By:
Duane Raymond, FairSay
Type:
Training
09:00 - 17:30

How to Write Emails that Get a Response (Seminar Room 3)

This is an interactive and fun workshop uses varied learning methods to give you the knowledge you need to increase your email response within 24 hours. It is bursting full of facts, techniques and examples to improve your email campaigns immediately. By the end of this workshop, you’ll be able to: Understand what causes a…

Lead By:
Rachel Collinson
Venue:
Sloane Robinson Building: Seminar Room 3
Type:
Training
09:00 - 17:30

Innovation: People Make Change Happen (Seminar Room 5)

Are you working on new campaign ideas or the launch of a new campaign?  Perhaps you are tasked with keeping ongoing campaigns fresh, or reaching new audiences? Maybe you are a fundraiser, raising money for core funds, front line projects or campaigning work? Do you have to work across multiple teams, with different stakeholders and…

Venue:
Sloane Robinson Building: Seminar Room 5
Lead By:
Lucy Gower, LucyInnovation
Type:
Training
09:00 - 17:30

Smart strategies to boost your online fundraising returns (Seminar Room 6)

This fundraising masterclass will help you make the most of your organisation’s investment in digital fundraising. We will explore a range of strategies to boost income, analyse the metrics that really matter and cover a range of tactics to increase your ROIs. This training is for fundraisers, digital comms staff and others involved in implementing…

Lead By:
Glyn Thomas and Florian Engel, More Onion
Venue:
Sloane Robinson Building: Seminar Room 6
Type:
Training
18:00 - 19:30

ECF Leadership Briefing (Arco Building)

This informal pre-dinner session will offer those with experience of ECF or other peer-exchange or Open Space type events a chance to play a more leadership role at ECF 2015 by: Sharing ideas and tips on successful Open Space groups Reviewing the potential agenda topics and themes that emerge from the participant questionnaires with a…

Venue:
Sloane Robinson: Douglas Price Room

ECF Day 1: Thu Apr 9

The first day of ECF 2015.

09:15-09:45

Opening Speaker: Simon Moss

Simon Moss is the Co-Founder and Managing Director – Programs of the Global Poverty Project.     Simon oversees Global Poverty Project’s campaigns and programs, including: Campaign directing Global Citizen, an online content and action platform launched in August 2012, which has recruited more than 350,000 global citizens to take more than 2.5 million actions…

Venue:
Sloane Robinson: O’Reilly Theatre
09:45-10:15

Opening Speaker: Helen Walker

Helen is Chief Executive of TimeBank, a national volunteering charity that aims to make volunteering part of the fabric of everyday life and a rewarding experience for everyone involved. The charity specialises in mentoring projects that tackle complex social issues and it also takes an innovative approach to employee volunteering. Before joining TimeBank in 2008,…

Venue:
Sloane Robinson: O’Reilly Theatre
11:30 - 12:30

Open Space A

Agenda set on the day by participants. Read about Open Space methodology [ic_add_posts tag=’Open-Space-A’]…

Venue:
Various: see boards
13:30-14:30

Peer presentations

Graham Covington and Duane Raymond – Engaging Networks Digital Benchmark Data; the numbers and pathways to improvement Howard Lake, UK Fundraising: The future of digital fundraising Anthony Woolcock, The Top 5 ways to improve how we influence, fundraise and campaign (as suggested to us by complexity scientists) Chris Rose, Campaign Strategy: Case studies of values based…

Venue:
Various
14:30-15:30

Open Space B

Agenda will be set on the day by participants. Read about Open Space methodology [ic_add_posts tag=’Open-Space-B’]…

Venue:
Various: see boards
16:00-17:00

Open Space C

Agenda will be set on the day by participants. Read about Open Space methodology [ic_add_posts tag=’Open-Space-C’]…

Venue:
Various: see boards
17:40-18:10

Care2 Impact Awards

The annual Care2 Impact Prize is presented to the campaign or initiative in the charity sector that has made an outstanding impact on the field of online advocacy, online fundraising, or both. The winning organisation will receive a cash donation of £1000 from Care2. A winner will be announced from the following finalists: Let Toys…

Venue:
Sloane Robinson: O’Reilly Theatre
Speaker:
Rhiannan Sullivan and Beth Granter

ECF Day 2: Fri Apr 10

The second day of ECF 2015.

09:30-10:30

Open Space D

Agenda will be set on the day by participants. Read about Open Space methodology [ic_add_posts tag=’Open-Space-D’]…

Venue:
Various: see boards
11:00-12:00

Open Space E

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Venue:
Various: see board
13:00-14:00

Peer presentations

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Venue:
Various
14:00-15:30

Teach In

Sarah Corbett , Craftivist Collective, Craftivism: changing our world one stitch at a time… Shaun Roberts, Which?, Using segmentation to drive actions Tomas Kovacs, prplpll.pl, Cryptoparty – protect your privacy online. Hands-on session, bring your computers and smartphones. Andrew Davies, Greenpeace International, Crisis response Namrata Chowdhary, Cause Impact, Meaningful measurement: reporting on comms against strategy…

Venue:
Various
16:00-16:45

Ignite Talks

Inspired by the popular Ignite events (slogan ‘Enlighten us, but make it quick!’), these quick-fire, energising talks are limited to just 7 minutes each. Sandra Nuzdic, CIWA and its online store Jean O’Brien, Barnardo’s Ireland – Bringing an old-timey fundraising campaign online Dan Howe, PETA UK – Turning bloggers in to advocates with baking Jess Day, Let…

Venue:
Sloane Robinson: O’Reilly Theatre
Speaker:
Jess Day