The results of the first qualitative-quantitative research conducted in Italy in the field of advocacy, entitled “Communicating Advocacy in Italy”, will be presented at the Farnesina at 10.00 on Thursday 4 June. The research was organised by CBM Italia Onlus (the Italian branch of Christian Blind Mission) in collaboration with the Italian Network of International NGOs (CINI).
Speakers will include the Director General for Development Cooperation, Giampaolo Cantini; the Director of CBM Italia Onlus, Massimo Maggio; social researcher and president of AstraRicerche, Enrico Finzi; and Maria Egizia Petroccione, spokesperson of CINI.
“Communicating Advocacy in Italy” was conducted by AstraRicerche on behalf of CBM Italia Onlus. Its aim is to explore Italian public opinion on causes with a social dimension and identify the characteristics that awareness-raising campaigns should have if they are to reach the right segments of the population.
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