DHA are policy, research and communication specialists. We help communities, charities, networks and public sector agencies across the UK, and beyond, to understand and influence the world around them.
We work at all levels – from grassroots community projects to government agency initiatives – to deliver communications, advocacy and research expertise which helps shape real change, make sense of complexity and bring people closer to the decisions that affect their lives.
We specialise in arts and culture, global development and social change and sustainability, working across design, storytelling and strategy development through to policy advocacy, evaluation and learning.
"Your flair and your close attention to detail made it a pleasure to work with you."
DHA Communications turns twenty this year. Daniel Harris, Managing Director, reflects on two decades in the business. The truth is, when you create a business, you can sort of make up your own rules. Ours have been all about social and ...
We’re heading into week 6 of lockdown and Jon Flinn (DHA’s Director of Communications) is reflecting on whether we really are all in coronavirus together… Neighbours standing on their doorsteps to clap the NHS every Thursday night are p...
Meet the Team
He is a writer, workshop facilitator, media specialist and trainer. He is also an all-weather cyclist and a fair-weather kayaker.
Tamsin is a Fellow of the RSA, an Associate at the Institute of Cultural Capital (University of Liverpool/Liverpool John Moores University) and an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology at the University of Liverpool.
Dave is a keen drawer and photographer who is inspired by his surroundings, whether it be up a mountain or on the tube.
Brenda is studying to become a fully qualified accountant and a member of the Association of Accounting Technicians. She loves to run and can often be found training for various charity races
When not working Isobel can often be found with her head in a book, dreaming about her next travel destination or at board meetings for Beatfreeks and Birmingham Civic Society.