Our 2014 partners

Each year Blog Action Day partners with not-for-profits, media organisations, social media channels, blogging networks, digital news channels and technology providers, to ensure that we can deliver a great event. Find out who partnered with Blog Action Day in 2013

If your organisation is interested in supporting Blog Action Day 2014, please contact us

2014 Key Partners



Working with thousands of local partner organizations, in 94 countries, Oxfam work with people living in poverty striving to exercise their human rights, assert their dignity as full citizens and take control of their lives. Find out more about their insights on inequality.

Core Collaboration Group
Core Collaboration Group work with social change groups and not-for-profits to increase the effectiveness of their campaign and organisational goals.
Engaging Networks
Engaging Networks provides Blog Action day with a comprehensive CRM so we can register and communicate to our thousands of participants.

2014 Supporting Partners

Change Makers Festival is a pround partner of Blog Action Day 2014
Changemakers Festival is a celebration of great work happening in Australia, an exploration of the ideas, people, and technologies driving change, and an invitation for everyone to get involved in creating a better future.
Church Action on Poverty supports Blog Action Day 2014

Church Action on Poverty works with churches in the UK to make poverty a priority

Kabissa - Space for change in g Africa

Kabissa’s mission is to help African civil society organizations to put Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to work for the benefit of their communities.

 International Broadcasting Trust is proud to be a partner of Blog Action Day 2014
The International Broadcasting Trust  builds interest and support for global development on TV, on radio and online.

The Equality Trust is a proud partner of Blog Action Da 2014

The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing economic inequality. We promote robust evidence-based arguments for reducing inequality and support a dynamic network of campaign groups across the country.

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