Ai has played a leading role in developing the public-facing side of a programme to save the lives of African mothers and babies – MamaYe!
Ai works with the African Union's Campaign for the Accelerated Reduction of Maternal, Newborn and Child Mortality (CARMMA). We have advised and collaborated on campaign strategy, identity, digital presence, resource design and the new continent-wide Mama Afrika Award.
In November 2010 city mayors and leaders from across the globe came together in Mexico City to discuss the big crises and challenges facing cities and communities, looked ahead to the City of 2030.
The MamaYe! Evidence, Identity, Design, Engagement book was designed to showcase the variety of creative assets created for the MamaYe project.
This year, 14 million girls - some as young as eight years old - will be married against their will. Ai worked with Equality Now on their latest report on Child Marriage.
Ai were approached as part of the team behind the MamaYe campaign to collaborate on the drafting and design of advocacy materials for the Partnership for Maternal Newborn Health (PMNCH).
Download Ai's introduction to advocacy. It will help your organisation build an advocacy strategy that harnesses public opinion, holds decision-makers to account, and pressures politicians to listen, follow through and deliver.
Advocacy International advised the UK church-based climate change campaign Operation Noah in the run-up to the 2009 United Nations Conference on Climate Change. Ai helped develop an advocacy and mobilisation campaign that lifted awareness of the climate change issue first amongst Christian communities within Britain, and then more widely.