Campaigners, or Social Policy Co-ordinators, use information from problems brought into the bureau by clients to help bring about real change by influencing local and national policy. This is a flexible role, working with the district social policy team. It can involve:
- Completing and collating evidence forms that record information about the problems clients experience.
- Identifying and raising issues in the bureau and at meetings.
- Training staff and volunteers in spotting particular issues and completing evidence forms.
- Conducting research and writing reports on local issues.
- Media campaigning and liaising with other bureaux and agencies to provide a voice for clients.