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Sally Golding

Sally Golding

Sally is Oxfam’s National Influencing Adviser. She is an experienced advocacy strategist, trainer and coach, facilitator, and manager, with over 20 years experience in international development, environment and conflict-management NGOs and the British parliament. Sally previously worked as a freelance advocacy consultant, Advocacy Manager for Christian Aid and Senior Political Adviser at Christian Aid. Sally has worked in a number of southern countries, including Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Pakistan, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Kenya, and Zambia.

Discussion at an event to support women running for local election in Morocco, February 2015. Credit: Ellie Kealey/Oxfam

Influencing for social justice: nudge, shove, show or shout?


Active citizenship, General, Governance, Influencing 2 Comments

What do, closed door talks with civil servants about climate change, street theatre about the impacts of domestic violence, and anti-tax haven marches have in common? Answer: They’re all about influencing for a fairer, safer, greener world. Sally Golding and Ruth Mayne introduce the what, how and why of ‘influencing’ in the first of a new series of blog posts. …