How to Build Narrative Power and Co-Create a Just Future
A helpful interpretation of ‘narrative power’ and in particular the role of cultural strategists, with a handy suggestion of what makes a ‘powerful story’.
Red Wall Research Hub
Unchecked UK have collected together research reports undertaken by other organisations that provide useful insights in relation to ‘Red Wall’ voters. These span a variety of topics and areas of focus.
What is “The Great Reset” and why are people so worried about it?
Analysis of The Great Reset by the Economics Explained YouTube channel
Short story competition from Grist for ‘short stories that envision the next 180 years of equitable climate progress.
The Narrative Change Ecosystem
A well-stocked introductory course on narrative change, suggesting a 'leaf, trunk, root' structure...
Reading the waves
What’s the role of narratives and how do we update them once they’ve become obsolete? – a helpful overview of some of the current thinking in the narrative change space, and a handy share for those outside the space.
The role of conflict in campaigns
Accepting that campaigns include conflict because they are about power, Alex Evans asks “how do we do conflict without deepening polarisation?”
Nations United: Urgent Solutions for Urgent Times
The UN recruits a range of famous faces to present stories from the front lines of our converging crises, for a film to mark its 75th Anniversary and five years since the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Economy Is Care
A beautiful animation from Germany, pushing a trend we’ve spotted before that sees the concept of care taking a rightful place at the heart of economic design and thought.
Imagine The Future – A Great Regeneration
Mission 2020 pivots to offer principles for a hopeful future, backed by a handy gathering of ‘inspiration’ stories that imagine hopeful visions of a better future.
What are Narratives?
A recording of the third ‘Transforming The Transition’ webinar from Culture Hack Labs, giving their take on narrative forms and dynamics, and the ‘interbeing’ paradigm.