“The problem with all these outsiders is that you come in with your money and you don’t warm it up.”
One of my favorite podcasts, The Moth, features New Voices Fellows from the Aspen Institute.
Marc Maxmeister introduces his newly-published book, “Ebola: Local voices, hard facts.”
New publication suggests a new way forward for international aid organizations’ communications strategies with the general public.
“The Development Element: Guidelines for the future of communicating about the end of global poverty” resonates with those in the #globaldev sector.
A new publication explores how international organizations can get beyond polarizing portrayals of global development and aid.
Communicators are shaping the global development narrative.
3 places where my voice in #globaldev discussions have appeared lately
The next generation of international development communicators share 11 approaches for doing #IntlDevComms differently!
How to balance the responsibility of international development communications in an age of “instant.”
Changing an organization means changing how you tell your story.
What level of nuance do we need to cover to accurately represent a unique individual when reaching large audiences?
“Maybe the aid world’s obsession with ‘happy stories’ is precisely what drives us away from learning what we must before we can succeed.” A guest post by Marc Maxson on the GlobalGiving’s Storytelling Project’s new online tools.
What if the key building blocks of “story” were better understood, experienced, and then related to our day-to-day work in international aid?