FrameWorks maintains an active schedule of presentations, briefings, and workshops.
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The last of three sessions on framing social care with UKHCA.
The first of two advanced sessions on framing poverty with the JRF media and PR team.
A workshop with organizations sponsoring Crisis, the homelessness charity.
Framing can be a valuable tool for those seeking to translate their science for policy makers and members of the general public. This session covers some of the key ideas from the science of...
Framing can be a powerful tool in translating science for a change. This presentation lays out four foundational ideas that can help scientists better use what they know to affect the world.
Framing has the power to shift perspectives and open up new ways of thinking about issues. Learn about a set of evidence-based practices that can be used to advance systemic and structural change.
A workshop with the Royal Foundation on framing homelessness.
The choices that public health professionals make in talking about their work are key in opening new ways for people to understand the field, what it does, and the value that it brings. This...
Public understandings of poverty are shaped by a set of overarching narratives. Understanding these narratives is the first step in countering them. This presentation describes the dominant...
Negative narratives about young people are swirling and becoming more dominant in the current context of Covid and protests for racial justice. We need both to understand these narratives and to...
A final workshop for the team at PPR.
Part 4 of our four-part series closed with a facilitated discussion to help participants identify goals and next steps for the Framing Hub and the broader Yale-Scholastic Collaborative.