Talking about Poverty: Lessons learnt and the way forward
A learning webinar to share our findings and discuss how we can maximise impact for future framing projects, making them more innovative and sustainable.
In 2022, Rights Evaluation Studio conducted an independent research project to identify lessons from Joseph Rowntree Foundations' Talking about Poverty project. This project aimed to develop a strategic communications tool (framing) to support people in talking more effectively about poverty in the UK, drawing on values of both compassion and justice.
This January 25th 1-2pm (UK time) we hosted a learning webinar to share our findings and discuss how we can maximise impact for future framing projects, making them more innovative and sustainable.
We were joined by guest speakers for a panel discussion to look a little closer at the findings and think about lessons learnt for the future of framing. We will also opened the floor and held a Q&A for you to ask questions you might have about the evaluation or Talking about Poverty project itself.
Chair: Husna Mortuza, Director, Joseph Rowntree Foundation
- Patrick Regan, Director Rights Evaluation Studio
- Kate Stanley, Executive Director, Frameworks UK
- Natalie McDermott, Chief Executive, On Road Media
- Fran Bennett, Associate Fellow, Dept of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford