“What’s happened since Live Aid? I was at school then. Now I’m 36 and nothing has really changed.” At face value we could say that the UK public is stuck in its perceptions of Africa. But we could also argue that people are stuck in the frame they have been given for tackling poverty by Live Aid, creating a one-dimensional picture of Africa that has endured for 25 years. The Finding Frames Report
by Andrew Darton and Martin Kirk
Find member charities that are working on what matters most to you, or find them by the African country in which they work.
Our last meet in Oxford was a great success and as before we like to leave it to those who attended to share their thoughts on the day. “I would like to say a massive thank you to all of you for making yesterday worth getting up at 4am. The input from your various perspectives and experiences added to the great presentations of all … Learn More »
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