Where do the public stand on aid and global poverty in the midst of Covid-19?

Bond and Development Engagement Lab

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

The Development Engagement Lab is back to provide a free update of their latest communications insights around the British public’s attitudes and engagement with aid in the Covid-19 pandemic, followed by a lively discussion with participants.
This webinar will cover:

  • Nine months into the Covid-19 crisis, what is the public attitude toward aid and global poverty? Are they donating less? Are they engaging differently?
  • Inequality: Has the British public’s understanding and awareness of racial, gender, age and other forms of inequality changed over the course of the pandemic?
  • ‘Building Back Better:’ How is the new ethos for the Covid-19 recovery resonating with the public, as it applies to aid and development? What language and framings work, and what are the public’s priorities? 
  • Trusted sources of information: Who do the public trust for news and information about the Covid-19 pandemic? Have international institutions fallen out of favour?

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