The mission and ambition to contribute positive change
The only way to improve doing good is to recognise who hasn’t joined your movement yet.
We’re experts in building campaigns and facilitating communications which change the world.
We can help you:
- Shape discourse and drive impact around global moments
- Secure cut-through and influence UK policy
- Build movements and deliver momentum around the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- Advise on how to use your reputation and money for good and increase your philanthropic impact
We believe in small, high quality teams that deliver impact – bridging the gap between big agencies with pro forma services and effective, embedded support.
Our hybrid model allows us to build bespoke teams of consultants who are passionate and knowledgable about your sector, so your BB team can become a true extension of your organisation. That’s why we don’t have clients – we have partners.
We develop customized strategies, tailored to your specific needs.
Communications and PR
How can we help you get your point across?
Campaign that raise awareness, build brand recognition, and generate positive results.
How can we help you gain new partners and create new opportunities?
Who we work with
Partnering with a group of inspiring childhood sexual violence survivors, we built the Brave Movement, with the goal of pressuring G7 leaders to commit to ending such abuse.
By developing clear messaging and calls to action, leading up to a powerful and inspiring media moment driven by survivors across the globe. As a result, we succeeded in encouraging leaders from the some of the world’s most powerful nations to implement the Action Plan to Combat Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse – the first commitment of its kind.
Besides groundbreaking commitments and media activations, we are proud that this movement has been able to mobilise childhood sexual violence survivors across the world, breaking the silence, and bringing this important issue to the forefront of the global political agenda.
In our evermore-digital world, children’s online safety is a complicated, nuanced issue. Luckily, our partner 5Rights Foundation works day in and day out to provide policymakers with the right solutions for children, families, and all online citizens.
We work together with 5Rights on a day-to-day basis, operating a busy press office and managing media appearances. This is in addition to long-term planning we have in place, ensuring that important moments for 5Rights reach the right audiences and receive the attention they deserve.
An example of our communications planning coming to fruition is the support we provided 5Rights with for the virtual launch of their Child Online Safety Toolkit, which featured political leaders from the European Union, African Union, United Nations, as well as Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex. The Toolkit, aimed at policymakers around the world, provides drag-and-drop solutions for governments and institutions aiming to reform online protections to better serve children.
A key aim for 5Rights is to influence UK policy; recently, we organised and facilitated a parliamentary event, in order to ensure that the important Online Safety Bill included necessary provisions for bereaved parents whose children’s lives were lost due to online harms. As a result of this effort, the Secretary of State for DCMS, Michelle Donelan, committed to including an amendment which guarantees a host of measures for families affected by inadequate online protections for children.