Together for the Common Good
DHA played a pivotal role in the year-long Together for the Common Good inquiry to find ways of bringing different faiths together to support communities suffering economic and social hardship.
Together for the Common Good was a research process, focusing on a national conference and the production of a book. The book was inspired by the examples of Bishops Derek Worlock and David Sheppard who, by bridging the divides between Anglican and Catholic faiths, stood up for the city of Liverpool during its darkest days.
DHA was involved from early on. We worked with T4CG to develop a communications strategy, brand identity and narrative, designed to engage people of all faith backgrounds and to inspire debate and contributions to the wider research process.
We designed and delivered a new website for T4CG, which acted as the main inquiry hub, hosting comments from leading church figures and theologians. Our team also identified and created media opportunities and helped shape conference sessions, delivering everything from a conference film that told the story of the project, to the design and production of conference materials.
Our team were at the conference, supporting its successful delivery, advising on sessions, communicating with journalists and ensuring the event was visible and talked about in both social and traditional media.