• Campaign Lab

    Building the case for an evidence-based approach to campaigning

  • Our Projects

    Check out the tools our community have made!

  • New Research: Making TikTok, Tik

    What did we learn from analysing 60,000 UK political TikTok Videos?

  • AI & Campaigning

    New advances in machine learning are reshaping our society at a rapid pace. The past year, since the launch of Open AI’s Chat GPT3, have seen a massive leap in quality and scale of applications made possible by large language models. In this dynamic era of technology, understanding how AI can shape and enhance campaigns is crucial for any modern campaigner. Over the next year we'll be working on looking at how AI will shape campaigning.

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  • Join Campaign Lab

    Ready to make a difference? This is where you start!

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    Check out our upcoming events...

  • What are we doing?

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    Growing a community

    Campaign Lab brings together campaigners, developers and data scientists from across the progressive spectrum in regular Hack Days and Hack Nights. We're working to build a network of people committed to a new culture of campaign innovation and experimentation.

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    Researching how AI will impact Campaigning

    AI is transforming how we live and work. We are interested in exploring how this is likely to affect campaigning both in elections and more broadly. We'll be maintaining a crowdsourced Handbook on AI & Campaigning, Running trainings for organisations looking to use these new tools and looking at what tools could be built for campaigners.

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    Running campaign experiments

    We are creating a Library of Campaign Experiments. This involves both running experiments (RCTs & A/B Tests), conducting innovative research and summarising the findings of academic papers in a way that makes them more accessible. Get in touch if you are interested in running an experiment! hannah@campaignlab.uk

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    Building tools to help progressives win elections

    For campaigners the story of politics and technology has often been a fraught one. Tools are often difficult to use or not built with the user in mind. We invite campaign organisers from across the UK to join us and share their problems and work with our volunteer technologists to help solve them. See some of what we've built here.

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    Analysing Election Results

    We're building models to better understand election results and identify where results bucked the national political and demographic trends. These are areas in which local campaigning may have actually made a difference and where we can start learning and testing.

  • Supported by

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    Newspeak House

    Newspeak House is an independent residential college founded to nurture, study and inspire emerging communities of practice in UK public sector and civil society.

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