Covid-19 communications and public insights: what's working?

Webinar on the latest research on what messaging resonates with British audiences during Covid-19


Get the latest insights on NGO messaging and British audiences in the current crisis from the Development Engagement Lab's latest public insights survey.

The webinar will cover:

  • How do we talk about Covid-19? Language, topics and frames that resonate with the British public
  • Support for UK aid in the time of Covid-19: moral motivations, self-interest and global leadership
  • What do people want UK development organisations to do? Priorities for addressing the impact of Covid-19 in the global south
  • Is there an appetite for donating in times of crisis? Domestic vs. international development appeals

The webinar is free for Bond members and is especially relevant to CEOs and those working in communications, campaigns, advocacy and data insight.

This webinar is part of a series we’re running to support NGOs in this time of Covid-19 uncertainty.

Sadly, this webinar has already happened. However, you can watch a recording of it in our resources section.

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The session will be on Friday 15 May, starting at 15:00 UK time, it will run for approx. 1 hour. 

Bookings will close at 14:00 UK time, on the day.


Molly Anders
Development Engagement Lab

Molly Anders is the research impact and engagement Lead and the interim partner consultant at Development Engagement Lab.

University College London

Professor of political behaviour and head of department of political science and the school of public policy.

David Hudson
University of Birmingham

David Hudson is Professor of Politics and Development in the University of Birmingham’s International Development Department.