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Reframing America’s Opioid Epidemic to Find Solutions

Framing the opioid epidemic as a crisis and an individual problem obscures the power of prevention and society’s role in promoting it.

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Understanding Culture is Key for Social Change Advocates

How can nonprofit advocates do more to get their messages right? By understanding the culture we live in and how it affects the messages we spread.

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Reframing Aging: Growing “Old at Heart”

Describing aging as “building momentum” helps people see how experience and wisdom enables older people to improve their communities.


A New Story About Homelessness In The United Kingdom

Homelessness can affect a range of people, with disadvantaged groups at greater risk. Yet most people think it is the inevitable result of poor life choices.

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Highlighting Shared Humanity and Prosperity to Advance Immigration Solutions

To build support for progressive immigration reform in the United States, advocates must turn away from “us versus them” framing, and toward language that emphasizes shared humanity,...


New Resources Lay Out Strategy To Reframe Adolescent Substance Use

The FrameWorks Institute developed two new reframing resources to change misperceptions about adolescent drug and alcohol use.


New Research Provides Full Strategy for Reframing Poverty in the United Kingdom

New research helps advocates understand how the British public thinks about poverty.

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Creating Affordable Housing Opportunities Means Talking Equity

To attain affordable housing for all, we must build public support by shifting narratives away from consumer choice and personal responsibility.


Making A Stronger Case For Bridging STEM Learning

A new report compares expert and public thinking about bridging STEM learning and offers advocates strategic advice to overcome challenges in public thinking.

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Reframing Sexual Violence: From #MeToo to Time’s Up

In the shift from #MeToo to Time’s Up, movement leaders are strategically framing sexual violence as a social and cultural problem, rather than an individual problem. Doing so helps people think...

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Framing for Social Change

How we frame social issues profoundly influences our understanding of them, and how we think and talk about solutions.

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You Say You Want a Revolution? How We Might Think about Guns and Social Movements

What are the key ingredients that those building today’s movements should consider as they go about the hard work of mobilization? Drawing on framing and social movement literatures, FrameWorks...