Communications - have your say!
What would you do with a new communications resource for the access to justice sector?
Communicating the importance of access to justice is something that has been increasingly discussed across the sector and was particularly highlighted at the inaugural Justice Week event.
As a result of this, the Access to Justice Foundation is looking for feedback how the sector as a whole could use an additional joint resource to support the wider sector in communicating the importance of organisation work and access to justice as a whole.
We’re keen to hear your views on how you currently engage in communication work, and what any additional resources could be used to achieve for the wider access to justice sector, including:
- Collecting, collating and deploying case studies
- How you currently, or could potentially, use expert media resources to engage with the press, media and other external stakeholders.
- How additional resources could be used to build capacity internally, including by upskilling current resources.
- Whether there are, or could be, shared objectives for the access to justice sector in terms of communications, and what those messages are.
- How a shared resource might work practically, and how it could be most effectively deployed
We’d really value any thoughts and/or experience you could share in this area. If you have any questions, or you’d like to discuss these ideas further please do get in touch:
Martha de la Roche firstname.lastname@example.org
020 7092 3977