This toolkit was created to be a communications resource for those working in the field of immigration and immigrant integration. It provides practical messaging tools and strategies that address people’s fears, anxieties, and prejudices head on. In that way, the messages in the toolkit are particularly designed to talk to those whose minds are not …
Document Category: Communication
This guide explores current practices in evaluating communications as well as the challenges faced by today’s professionals.
This worksheet supports finding and reaching an audience for your narrative project by exploring “who, what, and where” (i.e., who is your audience, what is your story, and where is the right medium) for the narrative to reach the desired audience.
This brief explores the concepts that underlie narrative change work and what these mean for measurement; think more about measuring narratives as part of complex systems; and offer further consideration of issues of equity and power.
This worksheet is a tool to help identify messages for an op-ed that support one’s long term narrative goals.
This brief provides a list of definitions of terms related to narrative change.
This guide provides tools to support individuals in telling their personal stories.
This brief provides a high-level overview of how storytelling can move systems change.
This article from the Harvard Business Review explains why storytelling is a powerful tool that can inspire others to action.
This activity will help you to improve public perceptions of the organization and build deeper consensus with the public by developing a “We Are Child Welfare” communications campaign. It is a part of the NCWWI Leadership Tool Kit.