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Neither Soldiers Nor Angels: Putting Care Workers into Context

The Frameworks Institute is busy reframing care work to push for better conditions, protections, and pay.

Report

Public Thinking About Care Work: Encouraging Trends, Critical Challenges

Has the salience of care and the respect for frontline workers seen during the pandemic stayed high or dwindled? What we find is both encouraging and a call to action.

Publication

5 tips for communicating about children’s health and food

These tips will help you build understanding and inspire action that improves children’s health and reduces obesity. This resource has been created in partnership with Impact on Urban Health.

Report

Framing Community Safety: Guidance for Effective Communication

Framing Community Safety is a guide for nonprofits, community-based organizations, public agencies, and others who want to communicate more effectively with the public about community-led efforts...

Report

Framing Community Safety: A Messaging Brief

This brief provides short guidance on how to reframe safety within communities when using the terms community safety, public health approach, and social determinants of health and safety.

Report

Where We Thrive: Communicating about Resident-Centered Neighborhood Revitalization

This strategic brief offers guidance—in the form of a comprehensive framing strategy—that community builders can use to share their successes, communicate the challenges they face, and...

Report

Research Methods Supplement – Where We Thrive: Communicating about Resident-Centered Neighborhood Revitalization

A description of research methods and supporting data, offered in supplement to the Where We Thrive Strategic Framing Brief

Toolkit

Where We Thrive: Communicating about Resident-Centered Neighborhood Revitalization

If you want to build support for place-based initiatives and communicate effectively about neighborhood revitalization—and in the process change the public narrative about the root causes of...

External article

What’s Behind the Pressure to Censor Social Studies? American Cultural Mindsets

We can argue about what should or should not be in a school curriculum, but the real work also lies as much in changing the culture that these arguments rest upon.

Framing Resource

Health first: communicating about health and obesity in Scotland

This guide, produced for Public Health Scotland, provides practical tips and advice for anyone communicating about health and obesity in Scotland.

External article

How to talk about homes

This toolkit, in partnership with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the Nationwide Foundation, builds on the communications principles set out in Talking about homes: the foundation for a decent...

Report

Talking About Racism in Child and Family Advocacy

As the field seeks to lead a more public conversation about the impacts of racism on children and families—and about how racism structures the systems that children and families interact...