Welcome to the AMEC NFP SIG “Ask the Experts” webinar series. The AMEC NFP group hold regular sessions featuring speakers who present their approach to bringing best communications M&E practices and research to their organizations. From early days, to awareness and adoption, they talk about their journey with interactive Q&A throughout. On-demand recordings of each session available to members can be found by logging in to access member only content and clicking the links below. OECD & Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation AMEC NFP Webinar October 2020, the NFP “Ask the Experts” session featured Camille Raymond, OECD and Gold AMEC Award winner, and Tom Black, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, about their approach to bringing best communications M&E practices and research to their organizations. NATO and World Bank AMEC NFP Webinar This AMEC NFP SIG “Ask the Experts” “Ask the Experts” webinar held June 2020 featured Michelle Hawkins, NATO and José de Buerba, World Bank who present two practical case studies for members with interactive Q&A throughout. AMEC NFP Webinar: How do Not-For-Profit organizations measure the results of their advocacy? In this webinar, moderated by AMEC Not For Profit Group co-chair Natalia Vaccarezza of UNICEF, Chris Stalker, Senior Advisor Policy & Campaigns at Oxfam America and Glenn O’Neil, Founder of Owl RE research and evaluation consultancy, will discuss the ways in which non-profits are assessing their effectiveness, measuring their advocacy, the challenges they face and the solutions they adopt, based on real-life examples and experience. Media measurement and media monitoring at the World Bank Jan 2021: Media monitoring is critical to understand the socio-economic context in which non-profits operate as well as to track brand coverage and monitor risks. And while the rise of AI has helped in detecting media mentions, in-house communication teams still perform the critical task of curating the most relevant media articles for internal audiences and translating media coverage into actionable insights. This looks at how the World Bank monitors global media, assembles daily clip, performs advanced media trends reports, and measures key message penetration in the media.