In case you missed it is a monthly round-up of what we have been up to at ACEVO. Communications officer Heloisa Righetto shares links to recently published content, newly launched events and services available to members.
Two new podcast episodes went live, part of the privilege miniseries hosted by Polly Neate and Tessy Ojo. You can listen to the conversations (or read the transcripts) with Sarah Hughes and Simon Blake here!
During November, we have published a number of blogs from external contributors: from practical tips to make the most of Microsoft 365 and avoiding burnout to being progressive in your communications.
ACEVO has also coordinated and published two important statements: one in support of the anti-racist work done by Barnardo’s – signed by over 200 civil society leaders – and one in support of #SaveUKAid. If you’d like to add your name to either of those statements, please get in touch.
News from ACEVO
We have announced who ACEVO’s new trustees are! You can read more about who is joining us here.
November was a big month for us because of #ACEVOFest: our first ever week-long digital festival was a challenging and rewarding week, with so many insights from fantastic speakers and invaluable support from our sponsors. If you attended it, don’t forget that if you missed any of the sessions, they have been recorded and will be available in the platform for the next six months.
On 25 November, Agenda CEO Jess Southgate took over our Twitter profile for a few hours to talk about the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. If you missed it, use this link to read the tweets.
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