This report shares the results of four peer discourse sessions conducted in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta, with diverse groups of civically engaged people about early childhood development and child mental health. This research demonstrates the power of dominant and unproductive understandings of early childhood development and child mental health among Albertans. However, the research also shows that more policy-oriented conversations about these issues can emerge through the use of simplifying models such as Toxic Stress and values such as Interdependence.
Framing Guidance: How to Communicate about Transgender Youth
Six strategies for communicating effectively about transgender youth.
We Support Transgender Youth
A Statement and Framing Guidance
Communicating About Childhood Obesity at the Time of COVID
Building on our initial research on childhood obesity in 2018, this report explores how public thinking on childhood obesity has evolved in the context of the pandemic. In partnership with Impact...