FrameWorks maintains an active schedule of presentations, briefings, and workshops.
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This workshop guided grassroots organizers, researchers, and parent activists through framing strategies around race and public education to support their efforts to shape messages that deepen the...
At the 114th annual conference held by the American Sociological Association, FrameWorks' own sociologists shared strategies for using research-based insights to catalyze social change.
This workshop guided advocates through an amalgam of FW research on public health.
This presentation unpacked the problematic ways poverty, aid, and assistance are often talked about among the advocacy sector and offered up alternative strategies that uplift the power of systems...
At the Prevention Matters conference, held in Saskatoon, Cananda, FrameWorks shared strategies for talking about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum disorder in ways that reduce stigma and highlight solutions.
How we talk about homelessness shapes how the media depicts this issue. A focused, hands-on workshop exploring media statements and practicing interviews.
We know service delivery and wellbeing systems can do more to support children's outcomes... but how can we explain it? This keynote address to the Early Care and Learning Council's 2019...
This intensive 2-day workshop, hosted by Impact Alamance, kicked off a 6-month FrameLab for educators, advocates, and community leaders working to change the conversation and improve outcomes on...
Bringing our framing homelessness research to life with Crisis and its partner agencies.
This lecture presents the process of Strategic Frame Analysis and discusses this methodology as an example of a mixed-methods, multi-disciplinary approach to applied social science research.
Outstanding framing isn't one-size-fits-all. A workshop to flex and optimize how we frame poverty for different audiences and contexts.
A workshop exploring how to frame data and stats for maximum impact.