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A FrameWorks UK strategic brief outlines challenges for communicating about child sexual exploitation and abuse online and offers preliminary recommendations.
We need a new conversation that centres on the needs of young people at risk of exclusion. Changing the public conversation is crucial to create an environment in which politicians and educational...
How we talk about child health and obesity matters. Growing evidence shows that where we live and what we earn shapes the options available to us in terms of food and activity.
The most effective way to build public support for creating more social housing is to frame it as a way of tackling poverty.
This supplement provides detailed information on the research that informs FrameWorks’ strategic memo on social housing.
When communicating about the ocean, we all make choices about what we say and
how we say it.
We can make choices that increase public understanding and boost support for action...
To tackle stigma, we need to help people think differently about how the care system can and should work for children – and explain how and why people stigmatise in the first place.
Because neglect is the absence of something, it can be hard for people to think about. Explanatory techniques can help us build understanding of child neglect.
This communication guide outlines how to talk about the ocean to improve public understanding and increase support for solutions. Based on comprehensive research with the UK public, it reveals a...
This report outlines the findings of a series of investigations aimed at identifying framing tools and techniques that can shift public thinking and discussions. It reveals and reviews the...
This report identifies how media and advocacy groups in the UK frame health and makes recommendations for advocates.
How is children's care framed in the Scottish press - and how can advocates reframe the issue?