“Building a Bigger We: Narrative Change in the Digital Age” (Sep 6, 2019) is a conversation about organizing, technology, and how conversations are shaped today.
Collaborative gatherings can be powerful solutions in a time that demands a bigger, more powerful we. Here are three lessons for your next big event.
Dominant for 40+ years, neoliberalism is dying. “Beyond Neoliberalism: A Narrative Approach” explores the narrative strategies that advance a more equal and just political economy.
Read the Full Report: Building Narrative Infrastructure in Minnesota, August 2019
A dozen recent essays, insights and reports focused on the intersection of narrative, movement power and culture change.
Organizers, storytellers, artists and technologists from North America and Europe gathered for three days to talk about Meeting the Populist Moment. The convening was part of a longer process of exploring how the global rise of populism is rupturing traditional political systems and opportunities for shifting deep narratives on race, the economy, the role of...
Narrative Initiative has been gathering up different ways people talk about narrative change, how it’s structured, and how it moves in the world. As our staff engage partners and practitioners, we’ve found it helpful to highlight existing terms in use and offer shared terminology where we identify gaps.
Recapping, and reflecting on, what over 100 changemakers told us about narrative change. The human impulse–no, necessity–to make sense of the world, to justify values and bolster beliefs, is innate and immutable. Two years ago, the Narrative Initiative (NI) team interviewed over 100 people working in and around narrative change. We spoke to campaigners and…
We’re excited to introduce you to the Narrative Initiative’s Advisory Board. Each of these people inspires us daily with their deep experience and innovative ideas. Collectively, it’s a diverse group working in advocacy, storytelling, strategic communications, nonprofit leadership, law, academics and other fields. We also want to thank outgoing Advisory Board members: Elizabeth Cahill, Ben…