What does it take to find the right frame for an issue?
Read all about it in “Words That Change Minds.” This in-depth organizational profile of FrameWorks appeared in the September 2016 issue of the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
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Do facts matter in a 'post-truth' world? We tend to think of this question in simple terms: They either do affect how people think and act—or they don’t. The truth is somewhere in between. Facts do matter and do have persuasive power—but only if they are well framed. FrameWorks CEO Nat Kendall-Taylor explains why.
The sea is an important part of British history and culture—so why is it difficult to elevate the importance of marine conservation issues in the United Kingdom? A new analysis of public thinking offers fresh insights for advocates looking to create a sea change on ocean issues.
To build support for programs that provide all children with opportunities to develop science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills, advocates can use FrameWorks’ research-based narrative to unite around a science-based communications strategy. This new report explains why.