Part one of this blog from Maureen Cherongis looking at INGOs use of images, how the suggestion of victimhood and poverty is outdated, and how we can engage with the communities we work with to properly represent our partners in our photography and campaigns.
One of the key driving forces behind colonialism in our language is narrative. Seema Kapoor and Najité Phoenix explain why these narratives are so damaging, and introduce us to a new toolkit, designed to change colonialist narratives in our communications.
Transform Trade have introduced a new new ‘stories first’ approach, which uses participatory methodologies to power all their external communications on a single topic – from campaigns and communications to fundraising.
After another busy year for all our working groups, we here from the SDGs, Funding, Communications, Disability and Development, Humanitarian and People in the Picture groups about what they’ve been up to, and what they’re planning for 2024.
As the debate heats up on the practicalities and ethics of several platforms, Bond’s Jess Salter looks at how artificial intelligence can help with your communications work, and what to avoid.
Zero Malaria are on a mission to eradicate malaria for good. But they need the voting public and the government on board. In this blog they discuss their new campaign to drum up support for this achievable mission.
This workshop, led by Maryam Mohsin, Head of Media & Communications at Bond, will give you insight into how you can assess your organisation's website through an ethical lens, and what steps you can take to ensure your messages are accurate, inclusive, nuanced, and accessible.
Bond’s Communications working group on the ‘capitalist spirit’ that is emerging in NGO communications and the implications of this trend.
Recent weeks have seen increasing media coverage about convincing Artificial Intelligence (AI) image generation. Should we be worried? Hamish Crooks, Chair of the Association of Photographers tells us.