Bridging the gap between emotion and strategy: a study of change in the relationship between national campaigning organisations and their networks of local groups.
Voluntary Sector Working Papers,
Centre for Civil Society, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
This paper is a study of changing national / local relationships within UK campaigning organisations. It is grounded in a conceptual framework embracing resource exchange, political interaction and change theory as benchmarks for a research investigation. A case study of the Amnesty International UK Section (AIUK) is at the heart of the paper, demonstrating that whilst change has occurred the organisational value of a national / local partnership remains vitally important. The four key aspects of change that the research discovers illuminate how national campaigning organisations have evolved since their inception during the post-war era, and the study concludes by proposing a hypothesis to explain that lifetime change.
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