FrameWorks maintains an active schedule of presentations, briefings, and workshops.
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An introduction to our lived experience work on framing poverty.
Senior Strategist April Callen led a 90 minute workshop focused on changing the narrative about public education. Together, participants explored their individual and shared communications needs...
An introduction to framing and our work on framing poverty for new members of staff at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation
A webinar for the sector that builds on our 'Talking about Coronavirus and Poverty' guide.
Introduced FrameWork's approach to the diaTribe d20 steering committee before the October event.
An introduction to framing stats and analysis for media for new starters at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation team.
FrameWorks joined our longtime partner, the National Network of Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation (NNOCCI), for a panel discussion on how to productively shift the conversation on climate...
A taster session for our Talking About Poverty work for the APL Collective; codelivered with facilitators with lived experience.
We hear a lot about the need to shift public mindsets and change thinking in order to create social change. But what are mindsets? Why do they matter? And what exactly can we do to make them...
This presentation guided education advocates through key findings from recent and past framing research, including the narrative resilience project, Core Story of Education, and key narratives...
FrameWorks helped Aquarium of the Pacific and New England Aquarium think about how to engage their broader communities in conversations about resilience-building and social change.
A workshop with Participation and the Practice of Rights to build framing capacity and shape narratives on mental health.