OUR TEAM FOR SOCIAL CHANGE NGOs:
Scopus Image helps Non-Profit Organisations to bring projects to fruition by coordinating media presentations with strategic aims.
NPOs are always passionate about what they're trying to achieve, but need help where key skills are not on board. Our expertise lies in understanding your needs and translating them into print, video, website and grant applications.
NPOs often suffer from 'help' that comes in for one stage, and then leaves when the expertise has been deployed. Scopus Image is with you for the duration. We help with:
clarifying the idea and how to sell it
building the project strategy and the business case to secure funding
building the media and advocacy campaigns
producing video, publications and websites
bringing the project home
reviewing successes as a basis for sustainable development
We tailor our methodology to suit you. Our approach is to mix and match our skills and our variety of approaches to meet each individual NPO's needs. We are as happy to work 'top down' - starting from the idea and working it through - to 'bottom up' - figuring out what we can achieve with a given budget.
We would be delighted to hear from you and discuss if and how we can help.
project development, advocacy and communications
fundraising for non-profit sector
design and programming
human rights lawyer, research & consultancy
We are a team from diverse backgrounds with a common aim: to make things happen.
Jonathan has produced and directed dozens of educational and entertaining media products in many languages over the last twenty years for a number of networks including the BBC, Time Life and Disneychannel. He has also set up a magazine dealing with arts, politics and literature and a screen-printing business. Jonathan is now spending increasing time producing media and web material for civil society organisations and foundations.
Miriam is a communications expert and project manager with extensive experience in both the profit and non-profit sectors. Miriam worked for several years with a lobbying firm in Brussels advising large companies, trade associations and European Institutions. She later coordinated multi-country advocacy campaigns in Central and Eastern Europe on behalf of a large foundation active in transition countries. She is now acting as an advocacy and communications adviser as well as a consultant in the elaboration and development of new projects.
Peter Tomkins. Printing and publishing industry management experience including executive and board level responsibilities; consultant and management expert for complex projects, graphic arts technologies and investment programs, product and graphic design concepts and development, business development, organization planning and project control, most recently responsible for the revision of Encyclopaedia Judaica Second Edition, 22 volumes.
Tal is a photographer, artist, lecturer and political/social activist. He holds an MFA from the Art Academy Vienna, Austria. Post-Graduate program, the Art department, Bezalel Art Academy, Jerusalem and of the Jerusalem school of Photography. Tal initiates art projects and cultural events for social and political change.
As well as a diploma in early childhood education, Pamela holds a doctorate in Chinese modern political history. She has edited many educational books for children and currently splits her time between developing educational programmes for pre-schools and writing reports and proposals on behalf of several NGOs for the EU and other donors.
Mandie was born in deepest London and has worked extensively in the UK, Israel, the former Soviet Union and Sri Lanka over the past twenty years in the field of community programme development and strategic relations, with a strong focus on fundraising and organizational management. She spends her days trying to figure out where organizations and people wish to get to and then devising ways of helping them get there. Mandie adores curry and song of any variety and is trying to radically reduce her carbon footprint by traveling by camel wherever possible.
Denis has an extensive collection of fine brandies.
Nancie is currently based at the Irish Centre for Human Rights, where she combines research into international human rights law with fundraising and project development. Nancie's experience as a human rights lawyer has included working at the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia and providing lectures and training in places such as Bulgaria, Canada and Tbilisi, Georgia.
Larry Mindel is a consultant who works with leaders of companies and institutions around the world, building sustainable capabilities at work and in the community. Larry plays a hands-on role with teams developing strategies and business cases, getting buy-in from stakeholders and helping projects to realisation and results.