Steve Bridger has put together an excellent presentation for the Third Sector Forum, challenging notions about how charities should operate in the future, within a more social and participatory media world.

The presentation is very much in tune with the work that Made By Many have been doing with Amnesty International (see this previous post), and it distills some very complex issues into something clearly understandable.

What’s more, much of what’s said is not just relevant to the third sector but to any other sector where transactions are the primary way of operating.


  1. Thank you for the honour, Kathryn :)

    There were quite a few nods when I suggested that big charities are structured for ‘transactions’, rather than for conversations / participation… and that this must change.

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