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Welcome to di:ga

We offer bespoke media and communications advice for non-profit organisations and other good causes. We help organisations convey their message clearly and effectively to bring about positive change.

Human Rights Watch
Africa Progress Panel
Save the Children
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“Amy has that rare knack of being able to distill complex ideas into sharp simple communications. Combined with strong political ‘nous’ she is a formidable strategist and campaigner, dedicated to making change happen.”

Jeremy Hobbs
Former Executive Director, Oxfam International

Recent work

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Preventing mass atrocities

Helping to finish a report by Jo Cox MP on the Responsibility to Protect.


Raising ambition on climate

Working with leading companies to set science-based emissions targets.


Campaign and media strategies

We believe that a good strategy should underpin any communications you do.

Core messaging and branding

Helping organisations articulate what they do and why is a challenge we thrive on.

Media relations and pitching

As former journalists, we know what makes a story and have great contacts in the UK and international media.

Media training

di:ga offers bespoke and off-the-shelf training for beginners to experienced communicators.

Mentoring and recruitment

We can assess your current communications capacity, and advise on recruitment and team structure.

Writing and editing

We love writing and feel privileged to work with experts on the issues we’re most interested in.

Areas of expertise


Climate change and sustainability

We work with experts on climate change and sustainability to help convey the urgency of action.

Development and economics

We help organisations inspire politicians and individuals to work together to promote inclusive development.

Human rights and conflict

We work with some of the bravest and most hopeful organisations and individuals to make the case for peace.

Transparency and corruption

We work with fearless and tenacious advocates to redress imbalances of power.