Polling: Everyday Levelling Up
“Analysis showing that ‘levelling up’ has cut through with the public, with 7/10 having heard of it. With that high awareness comes high expectations & Brits have clear vision of what the policy should look like”
An 8-week course offering an ‘an exploration into being together’, delivered by a long list of folk including Bayo Akomalefe, Nora Bateson, Jeremy Lent, Tiokasin Ghosthorse and Adah Paris.
frank 2022 – A gathering for social change communicators
This year’s sessions will explore how the ‘social change sector’ can continue to embrace storytelling as a change strategy, without harming those whose stories they are telling.
The Power To Create: Pop Culture and Narrative Change
Building on the New Brave World report, the PopChange Salon ‘explores opportunities for harnessing pop culture for real social change’. This session will feature Nana Bempah of POCC,
Radical Flank or Moderate Flank?
A debate about how to respond effectively to the emergency we face. Is there one moral position that we must all rally behind? Or does the complexity of the challenge demand a different approach?
How are we going to solve climate change?
Who’s right, the techno-optimists or the doomsday preppers? Neither, and all we must tread the ‘tightrope’ between them as we seek to ‘emerge’ through this predicament.
Don’t look up – narrative analysis
Highlighting some of the helpful, and less helpful narratives in Netflix’s Don’t Look Up, their second most-watched film ever.
What is MAPA?
A post explaining the term MAPA, for those unfamiliar with it. It stands for Most Affected People and Areas, and we’ll be hearing it alot as Loss and Damage rises up the climate agenda.
Groundbreaking work on slave economy back on shelves
Initially rejected by publishers over 80 years ago, this analysis of the motivations behind the abolishment of UK slavery is back in print. TLDR: it was for economic, not humanitarian reasons.
Transgender youth and the freedom to be ourselves
Re: narrative development that focuses on contextualising trans issues within the broader fight for racial, gender, and economic justice, to mobilise a progressive base, marginalise opposition and move persuadables.