We are looking forward to the NLADA Annual Conference in Houston, where Soren will respresent Voices in two venues. In the Civil Caucus he will share an exclusive first look at a digital storytelling campaign that we have been working on for quite some time now. And Soren has put together an excellent workshop on crisis communications.
The Voices team is pleased to alert you to a simple-yet-powerful new resource, a 70-second animated explanation of why civil legal aid is necessary to ensure fairness in the justice system.
Has there been recent local media coverage about your legal aid work on behalf of veterans? If not, we want to help you make that happen soon. We know of at least five JusticeVoices network members this summer who used the news hook of the Veterans Administration’s latest release of data about veteran homelessness to place an opinion piece ... Read more
The op-ed pages of print and online media outlets provide an important platform for us to speak in our own voices about the connection between civil legal aid and current events. In recent weeks, Voices helped JusticeVoices network members bring legal aid into current media conversations about issues as varied as state budget-setting, the opioid crisis, ... Read more
Looking for summer recommendations? Whether you’re lounging by the pool, hiking, driving, or staying inside where it’s cool, we’ve got some thought-provoking ideas for you again this vacation season. Camille’s Pick The podcast 99 Percent Invisible is ostensibly about the “unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world.” But the show’s stories focus on human interactions with ... Read more
Registration is open for the third annual National Legal Aid Communications & Media Training – our signature event for growing and strengthening the army of messengers for civil justice.
Voices staff thoughts on some of the highlights of the 2018 frank conference for public interest communicators.
In this guest post, Claudia Johnson, LawHelp Interactive Program Manager at Pro Bono Net, shares her experience of preparing and presenting a talk on civil legal aid at a TEDx event in her community.
This post highlights media coverage shared by five JusticeVoices Network members. Whether it led to a policy change or a positive outcome for a client, spurred fundraising efforts, or helped convey the value of civil legal aid to an important audience, each of these stories made a difference in 2017.