Articles by Nina Hall

February 24, 2023

Five futures for digital advocacy organisations

Nina Hall
Digital advocacy organisations have pioneered new strategies to mobilise people rapidly, and shape public opinion. But increasingly, they face challenges from new technologies, and complex relationships with NGOs. Nina Hall and Paola Pierri outline five potential futures for these organisations
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Nina Hall
Assistant Professor of International Relations, Johns Hopkins SAIS (Europe)

Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era:
Think Global, Act Local by Nina Hall

Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era, Think Global, Act Local
OUP, 2022

Nina spent over five years studying digital advocacy organisations, such as MoveOn and Campact, using ethnographic methods.

She has published extensively on transnational advocacy, including in International Studies Quarterly, International Affairs, Interest Groups and Advocacy.

Her work has appeared regularly in mainstream media including the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage, the Guardian, the Conversation and Die Zeit (online).


She tweets @ninawth

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