Human Rights & Justice

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Children’s Rights (Jacksonville, FL)

How do you mobilize an entire community to address the issue of improving outcomes for children and youth?

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Criminal Justice (U.K.)

The FrameWorks Institute is expanding its research on how to effectively communicate about criminal justice system to England and Wales.

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Criminal Justice (U.S.A.)

How do we effectively communicate to the public about the need to reform the criminal justice system?

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Gender Equity

In 2000, FrameWorks launched a series of research studies on gender equity in education.

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Immigration

In 2008, FrameWorks began a multi-year study of American thinking about child and family mental health. Building on a decade of research on public perceptions of children’s issues, this research was designed to compare expert understanding with public patterns of thinking and to use framing research to close the conceptual gap.

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Race

Beginning in 2003, the FrameWorks Institute has pursued an intensive research and applications project devoted to understanding how Americans think and talk about the issue of race.

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Reframing Juvenile Justice

Reframing juvenile justice is the focus of this new FrameWorks Institute MessageMemo and Toolkit, supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and developed in collaboration with the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard University’s Law School.

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Sexual Violence

What are public perceptions of what constitutes sexual violence? What can be done to expand people’s understanding on this issue?