We amplify lived experience stories and expertise to address social inequalities

Our vision

Sounddelivery Media is a dynamic charity

  • We believe in a confident social sector able to develop and amplify lived experience stories and expertise to address social inequalities.

  • We want to see people in positions to use their lived experience of social injustice so they can influence change on that issue.

  • We work towards greater representation and diversity of the voices we hear in the media and beyond.

Find out more about what we do and who we are.

Our Spokesperson Network

Our programme creates a network of media savvy spokespeople, who have direct experience of social injustices. Developed collaboratively with a network of leaders with lived experience, it aims to diversify the voices we hear in the media and make it more representative of the society we live in. Through training, media mentoring, peer support and speaking opportunities, we tackle the barriers that prevent these experts from engaging with journalists who have the power to influence coverage and ultimately drive change, Meet the network.

What people have said about us

"Sounddelivery’s work has been transformational for all who have attended their workshops, including panel members and staff. Their humour, expertise, sensitivity and passion shine through. They have increased the confidence and know-how of FRG’s panels to share their lived experiences and knowledge in creative and safe ways."

Cathy Ashley, Family Rights Group

In the media

  • Kellie Ziemba was interviewed by BBC Radio Coventry Warwickshire about her organisation Kairos WWT search for a new home in Coventry.

  • Ben McCay was quoted and wrote a first person article in The Times about My Life My Choice’s ‘Don’t Lock Us Away’ campaign.

  • Lady Unchained was interviewed in The Daily Mirror for an article titled ‘Brenda proves women can turn their lives around after being released from prison.

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