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How to structure a theater for development show and not die trying

The stage and auditorium should be open to the masses, should be able to contain a people and the actions ...
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10 steps for writing better theater for development shows

Perhaps the theater is not revolutionary in itself; but have no doubts, it is a rehearsal of revolution! Augusto Boal, ...
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From needs to solutions: Prototyping a Behavior Change App

Be Healthy is a mobile application prototype intended to help users change their eating habits for better health. Be Healthy ...
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Defeating resistance to change in redesign processes

Defeating resistance to change in redesign processes

Any design change, whether it be big or small, can cause rejection among some users. Unfortunately in some redesign work, ...
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Communicators Anonymous: Helping professionals to survive their traumas

A dark basement room. A line of reheated coffee cups watching from a shabby table under the blinking florescent lights ...
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The 5 hats every communicator for change needs: the hard hat and the surgical cap

Wondering how to build a communication strategy from a practical angle? In the last of a 3-part series, we will ...
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The 5 hats every communicator for change needs: the jockey and motorcycle helmet

Struggling with design and test communication strategies from a practical angle? In this second of a three-part series aimed to ...
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The 5 hats every communicator for change needs: the adventure hat

The 5 hats every communicator for change needs: the adventure hat

In the first of a three-part series on how to design a communication strategy from a practical angle, we will ...
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You talkin’ to me? Developing Internal Communications for the social sector

Commonly, when planning communication for development strategies, public information campaigns and outreach and mobilization plans, tend to monopolize all communication ...
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Communicating with illiterate audiences through graphics

Communicating with illiterate audiences through graphics

Today, nearly 17% of the world’s adult population is still not literate. 1 out of 7 USA citizens can’t access ...
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50 tips to communicate with low-literacy audiences

43% of adults in the United States of America can't identify a specific location on a map nor calculate the ...
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Digital campaigning; Couch potatoes or mouse-armed warriors?

Digital campaigning: Couch potatoes or mouse-armed warriors?

Several civil society organizations are promoting slacktivism, or clicktivism campaigns if you prefer a more positive term, as a fast ...
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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; Branding Strategies in the Nonprofit Sector (II)

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Branding Strategies in the Nonprofit Sector (II)

In last article, we saw the most common errors when planning branding strategies for NGOs. In this article, we will ...
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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; Branding Strategies in the Nonprofit Sector (I)

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Branding Strategies in the Nonprofit Sector (I)

Nonprofit organizations need to communicate their work, their projects, their values, and goals to a diverse audience to bring awareness, ...
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