Welcome to the RESULTS UK National Conference site, where you will find everything you need for this year’s conference. This will be our first hybrid event, both online and in-person at Friends House, London on Saturday 2 July and Sunday 3 July, 2022.

Who is this event for?

Anyone with an interest in campaigning and advocating for an end to global poverty and injustice is welcome, whether you are only just starting out as an advocate or you have been with RESULTS for a long time. If you are not familiar with RESULTS, you can hear more in our welcoming session on Saturday morning. There will also be a chance throughout the conference to speak to the Campaigns team and ask any questions. In the meantime, check out our ‘get involved‘ page.

Join us to explore, learn and question this year’s theme: ‘The power in all our voices’ when campaigning to end global poverty and injustice because…

The unfairness of the rich world’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020 revitalised debates on whose voices are valued in society and listened to by politicians. To help ensure our campaigning on global poverty doesn’t perpetuate harmful narratives of ‘us versus them’ used in some international development debates, the theme of the 2022 RESULTS National Conference is ‘The power of all our voices’. How can we stand up for equality? We will explore the ways we can strengthen our own voices as campaigners and amplify the voices of people with lived experience of poverty and oppression; confront damaging perceptions in international development; and learn how to respond positively to global challenges and stay positive in the face of adversity. 

Will you be part of improving the world we live in? Join us for our first ever hybrid conference, as we grapple with emerging issues both in the UK and globally, and use the power of our voices in pushing for an end to global poverty.



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RESULTS is a movement of passionate, committed, everyday people. Together we use our voices to influence political decisions that will bring an end to poverty.


What is the format of the conference?

The conference will be held both in-person and on Zoom. Sessions will run from 9am-5pm on the Saturday and 1:30pm-5pm Sunday.

There are limited spaces of up to 50 people who can come along to our venue at Friends House (Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ) – So hurry and register today!

There will be plenty of breaks, lunch is provided on Saturday for in-person guests. Please note, if you need help with travel costs to London, speak to a member of the RESULTS Campaigns team on join@results.org.uk as we cannot guarantee travel reimbursements.

If you are joining us online you can join all sessions via Zoom. These tickets are unlimited and we recommend you join as many sessions as you can to get the most out of the conference.

How do I join the Conference?

In person:

To join the national conference in person you will need either your e-ticket or a printed version to access the venue at Friends House. You can register for your tickets here.


Closer to the date, you will have access to Zoom links and be able to access links through the website.

Can I join sessions by phone?

Yes, it is possible to join sessions by calling in on a phone. We do recommend that if you are able to, you join on a tablet, computer or laptop, especially for the interactive workshop sessions. In the Eventbrite email you should have received a document with all the Zoom links and phone numbers. Check that document for the numbers and links. If you have any issues, email join@results.org.uk.

Will sessions be recorded?

Speaker sessions will be recorded and shared on results.org.uk following the event. However, workshops will not be recorded and the recordings will not be a substitute for attending and participating in the breakout groups and activities. We recommend you join us live if you can!

How do I find out more and get involved with RESULTS UK?

Visit our website to find out more about RESULTS UK and make sure you have subscribed to our mailing list for our campaign updates, news and events. Throughout the conference, you can also find out more by speaking to the Campaigns team or reading the ‘interact’ page. All other queries about RESULTS UK can be sent to join@results.org.uk. We’d love to hear from you!

What are advocacy meetings?

Advocacy meetings are with grassroots volunteers and Civil Servants and MPs on a range of topics. They are an opportunity to hear from key advocacy targets and decision makers and get an insight into their work. More information to come.