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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?
Media coverage can be harmful and misleading – or informative and productive. Organisations can impact the character of that
coverage, but not without a deep understanding of the structure of...
These are times of great danger but also of great possibility. For the first time in decades, there is a sense that the economic consensus is fracturing, that a change must and will come. A space...
This report lays out an overarching framing strategy to help advocates in the U.K. expand public understanding of homelessness.
This MessageMemo provides campaigners the evidence and tools needed to make a more powerful case for change.
People do see many pieces of the obesity puzzle, but they tend to arrange them into a picture of individuals failing to overcome challenging circumstances.
This report summarizes expert and public understandings of health in the United Kingdom and “maps the gaps” between them.
This research report maps how Scottish people think about the children’s care system and identifies gaps between public and expert views.
This study explores expert and the UK public views of the ocean and marine conservation and “maps the gaps” between them.
This report explores public thinking about homelessness in the United Kingdom and documents how the issue is framed in advocacy and media materials.