Are you attending Netroots Nation this summer? If so, you won’t want to miss our training: 7 Legal Rules for Online Advocacy That Everyone Should Know. Bolder Advocacy Counsel Isaiah Castilla & Communications Strategist Shanelle Matthews will make sure advocates know the rules and tips to be most effective. Learn more about the training in the below excerpt from a Netroots interview with Isaiah.
The week of June 16th through June 20th, The National Partnership for Women and Families organized the FAMILY Act Week of Action to call upon Congress and the president to pass the Family And Medical Insurance Leave (FAMILY) Act. The Week of Action provided a variety of convenient ways for both organizations and individuals to get involved.
This year, the diverse array of groups advocating for equal pay for women have something to celebrate.
To spread their message about the wage gap between men and women, AAUW took advantage of one of the most anticipated sports events of the year.
A look at the campaign from the National Partnership for Women and Families to pass a major piece of legislation to benefit families.
Every year, nonprofits get more creative in finding ways to push their policy agendas around the State of the Union.
Online advocacy gurus Allyson Kapin and Amy Sample Ward share their thoughts on where nonprofits should focus in the coming year.
Our free resource helps nonprofits better understand how the rules apply to the online media landscape.
Laura Packard of PowerThru Consulting shares tips gained from years of experience running online campaigns.
AFJ’s Daren Garshelis will be talking about the rules for using social media, blogs and email as part of your advocacy toolkit.