FrameWorks Institute

FrameWorks Institute (1999; Washington; 24 staff; frameworksinstitute.org)

Is a nonprofit research organization supporting “mission-driven organizations build public will for progressive change.” By using social science methods to study how people understand social issues, it developed “evidence-based techniques that help researchers, advocates, and practitioners explain those issues more effectively.”

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Leadership: Nat Kendall-Taylor (Chief Executive Officer), Paula Tyler (Chair)
Budget: $ 4,96 m (2017)

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