Review the recording and slide deck (PDF version/PPT version) for our May forum featuring Crickett Nicovich and Karyne Bury of RESULTS. We discuss the context for our upcoming International Conference advocacy work and focus in on the global education and nutrition requests that will be at the forefront. We also walk through examples of how to make an inclusive case for ending global poverty.
Join RESULTS staff Meredith Dodson and Michael Santos as they overview our current requests on long-term rental assistance, the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), and the Child Tax Credit (CTC). Learn about the tremendous opportunity we have this year to dramatically reduce housing insecurity and child poverty. Review the webinar recording and slides (PDF version/PPT version).
Review the recording and the first and second companion slide decks for our April forum which featured Meaza Getachew of 1,000 Days and Crickett Nicovich of RESULTS. We discussed the critical nature of early life nutrition interventions in the context of global opportunities that are arising in 2021 to move the issue forward.
Drawing on his experience as an attorney helping tenants in San Francisco, RESULTS’ Senior Policy Associate Michael Santos discusses evictions and their impact on American renters, overviews plans to address the affordable housing crisis, and outlines ways to make the case for affordable housing to your members of Congress. View the recording and slides from the webinar.
RESULTS Executive Director Joanne Carter offers an overview of our global tuberculosis campaign and our advocacy plans for this critical topic. How has the COVID-19 crisis affected the work to mitigate TB’s effect on the world? What are our goals for our TB advocacy for FY22 and beyond? Watch the webinar playback and view the slide deck for answers to these questions.
RESULTS’ Meredith Dodson reviews new data on hardship amidst the pandemic and why it is important that we expand access to housing assistance as part of new recovery legislation. She also discusses the amazing opportunity we have to dramatically reduce poverty through expansions of the Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit. Watch the recording and chat and review the slides from the forum.
Dig deeper into our upcoming global education campaign – and learn more about why the Global Partnership for Education is a sound investment – in this first installation of our monthly issue briefings. Review the recording of the webinar and the accompanying slide deck.
Demystify appropriations! Learn about the basics of the appropriations process, particularly as it relates to our global poverty campaigns. Enjoy the playback and slide deck of this informative webinar.
Are you struggling to move your member of Congress into action? Do they sometimes say one thing but do another? Do you often find yourself butting heads with them or feeling frustrated by their inaction or resistance? Then this is the workshop for you! Learn the basics of “Motivational Interviewing,” a collaborative communication style intended to help people build motivation for change and take action. We’ll cover the basics of what drives motivation, learn basic motivational interviewing skills, and practice using those skills with our members of Congress through roleplays. We’ll talk about how to fit in techniques into lobby meetings, phone calls, and even emails. This will be the first workshop in a series meant to help you build your skills over time. Come get started with us!
Want tips on making sure your advocates feel welcome, enrolling them in shared leadership, and mentoring them in their advocacy? Review this webinar and the accompanying slide deck where we discuss best practices and great tips to help newer advocates thrive.
Want to learn more about your member(s) of Congress so that you can engage in more effective advocacy? Review this webinar’s recording and handout to learn about tips and tools that you can use to get to know your legislators – their backgrounds, current committee work, and more.
Learn the basics of meeting with members of Congress and their staff including scheduling a meeting, preparing for it, running it, and following up afterward. Also, learn the basics of RESULTS EPIC Laser Talk so you can speak powerfully when meeting with lawmakers. Listen to the recording and view the slides from this training.
People are looking for a way to make a difference and they are coming to RESULTS to find it. But finding new advocates is just the start. How do you best welcome new people? How do you encourage them to take action? What about asking them to take on a leadership? If you wonder about these and other questions, this Welcoming New Advocates training webinar has the answers for you. Listen to a recording of the webinar and view the webinar slides to learn more.
Media influences Congress and the Administration. Let’s all work on getting published—Congress needs to feel more pressure to come together and make a deal that will serve Americans and our global partners.
If you are a bit stuck on how to get published, this training will help, whether it’s for the COVID emergency, or other issues. Here are the recording and PowerPoint slides (pdf version) from this Sept. 2 training webinar.
There has been increased interest from people wanting to make a difference with RESULTS. This webinar focuses on capturing that interest and creating the best conditions for newly interested people to become long-term advocates.
Are you wanting to understand what an Action Network is? Are you interested is building an Action Network? If so, this is the training for you. Review the importance of the Action Network and how to build one. Take advantage of the role playing activity, recording, and slide deck to learn more.
RESULTS founder Sam Daley-Harris energizes us with his interactive workshop on moving our members of Congress up the Champion Scale from opposed, to neutral, to supporter, to advocate, to leader and eventually to champion. Watch the recording to learn some new skills.
April 21, 2021
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