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Sharing our research is part of our mission and key to our impact. Here’s how we’ve been working with partners across the US and around the world.

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How Brains Are Built: Introducing the Brain Story

Get an introduction to the Brain Story in this accessible and engaging video. The AFWI developed the video with considerable input from our partners at the Harvard Center on the Developing Child...

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Reframing Substance Use

In this piece in Health Affairs, the Hilton Foundation’s Alexa Eggleston spotlights FrameWorks’ research on how to help the public move beyond the belief that substance use is a “rite of...

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Getting the Urban into Nature

The benefits of nature go far beyond "simply getting away from it all." In this blog post, FrameWorks founder Susan Nall Bales explains why—and how a science-based communications strategy can...

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How to Persuade the Public to Care About Other People’s Problems

When talking about how to solve social problems, it's not what you say, it's how you say it. FrameWorks CEO Nat Kendall-Taylor explains why--and what this message means for nonprofit...

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Climate Change Alliance Highlights New Products

In its quarterly newspaper, the Climate Change Education Partnership Alliance highlighted new products FrameWorks produced with partners. These include a new online course in climate...

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Reframing Human Services

In this piece in Policy & Practice, the American Public Human Services Association explores the rationale against framing human services as a charity and for framing it as a system of supports...

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Giving and Leading: FrameWorks Institute—A Better Message for Nonprofits

Tara Jackson, president of Arizona Town Hall, explains FrameWorks’ mission, method, and impact on Arizona public television. She also talks about the effectiveness of using evidence-based...

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Words That Change Minds

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...

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Researchers Say Metaphors Can Help Public Better Understand Juvenile Justice

The Juvenile Justice Information Exchange reports on FrameWorks research to help the public see the criminal justice system not as broken and unfixable but instead as in need of improvement.

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To Advance More Humane Refugee Policies, We Must Reframe the Debate

FrameWorks’ newly-announced CEO Nat Kendall-Taylor comments on a contemporary concern in Open Democracy, a website for debate about international politics and culture.

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Black and Brown Boys Don’t Need to Learn ‘Grit,’ They Need Schools to Stop Being Racist

In this article for the Hechinger Report, Moira O’Neil, FrameWorks’ directory of research interpretation and application, explains how framing resilience as “grit” undermines support for...

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Q&A With Julie Sweetland, Sociolinguist

In this interview with the Science Communication program at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Julie Sweetland, FrameWorks’ vice president for strategy and innovation, talks “word...