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The case for changing the narrative on war and violence [webinar]

News van covering nonviolent civil actions in Baltimore
 News van covering nonviolent civil actions in Baltimore Photo: Bryan Vana / AFSC

Narrative change is about more than just talk

Curious about what it means to change the narrative on war and violence? Interested in how to get started? Then check out the free webinar we did last week with Search for Common Ground's DM&E for Peace network, where we make the case for why narrative change work is crucial to peace building. It's geared towards non-profits working on social justice issues, but it has something to offer anyone interested in narrative change. Special thanks to Ella Duncan and Jack Farrell from Search for Common Ground for hosting us!

The full recording is available here.

About the Author

AREAS OF EXPERTISE: Communications research | Analytics | Social inequality. Beth leads AFSC’s messaging and opinion research, which she uses to develop evidence-based communications guidance for advocates and citizens to ‘change the narrative’ on war and violence. Prior to AFSC, Beth’s research and professional work focused on health inequality in the Americas.