The key to success in creating a movement that makes social and political change? Motivating individuals to advocate! The winning combination includes training and opportunities to take action that are fun and make people feeling part of something bigger than themselves. – Mike Splaine

Splaine Consulting specializes in advocacy and policy consulting on health, public health and long term care issues with deep knowledge and local sensitivity to politics and political processes worldwide.

We seek to…

  • Empower clients to build strategy and structure to launch their next project or campaign.
  • Build client capacity in relevant policy analysis, processes and content.
  • Transform individuals’ personal experience to positive action for change.
  • Exceed service expectations 100% of the time.

Advocacy:

Seeking Justice

Our staff has direct experience in designing and managing grassroots advocacy campaigns and organizational learning and planning processes that yield real results in the form of change legislation, regulation and, ultimately, lives. Stakeholder engagement and effective advocate training in the planning process is a hallmark of how we do our advocacy work.

We work with clients to develop both traditional lobbying approaches and traditional and online grassroots advocacy campaigns. We focus on finding targeted constituencies and motivating them to act, creating a comprehensive field strategy that moves policy.

Policy Analysis:

statistic reportSplaine Consulting provides research and analysis into policy issues and processes to help you determine the policy alternatives most likely to achieve a your goals. We assist clients in identifying opportunities for the development of new policies and programming.  This means framing achievable solutions, testing and discerning between policy alternatives and then taking them to the field in a timely way.

Our offerings include: policy and regulatory research, policy analysis, government research and analysis, trending, tracking and developing position papers and model legislation/regulations.

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Mike Splaine with Raymond Jessurun, founder of the Sint Maarten Alzheimer Foundation, attending the 51st session of the United Nations Commission for Social Development in New York. Issues under discussion were promoting empowerment of people in achieving poverty eradication, social integration and full employment and decent work for all.