A Blog by Emily Beardall in A Prescription for M.E.
This is the 50th blog post since I started my blog in May! My very first post was about some positive M.E. awareness news from Norway, so I’d like to mark the occasion with a blog post about positive campaigning.
In M.E. campaigning, we have the charities and active campaigners in the M.E. community. Together our M.E. awareness campaigning involves targeting decision-makers and opinion-formers such as politicians, journalists and health policymakers, and those whose attitudes and practices impact on the quality of life for individual people with M.E. like health and social care professionals, teachers and employers, as well as the general public. For a while I’ve been thinking about various methods of campaigning, whether they work effectively, and how we come across when talking to people online and face-to-face.
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