Is the threat of the #COVID19 pandemic more global than personal? In the UK, the answer depends on the gender of the person you ask... @pmorini1 discovers a gender gap in COVID-19 threat perceptions: https://t.co/NqPx5sLYJt #devcomms #DatabyDEL https://t.co/qsn4nbNyx6


More from our latest surveys of the US public: Can international organizations make a difference in reducing global poverty? #IOTW #globaldev #DatabyDEL https://t.co/i2YrR4Fx8z


RT @tess_mcf: A big part of #decolonising the #aid sector is recognising how our language is steeped in colonial & racist references & conn…

Our latest research in the U.S. compares Trump and Clinton voters' concern about events in developing countries. #IOTW #DatabyDEL #globaldev. A sneak peek: https://t.co/Hu5F7xdhLD


RT @StartNetwork: 'British public do not support merging DFID with FCO. According to surveys conducted in March 2020 by the @DevEngageLab a…

This week, @savechildrenuk announced it would reevaluate how it depicts the most vulnerable in its fundraising appeals. Amaran Cumarasamy of @HealthPoverty discusses why & how aid organisations should approach a new narrative: https://t.co/uVnimtpFyA #globaldev #devcomms https://t.co/GDfeeXaPay



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Development Compass is a partnership between the Development Engagement Lab, based at University College London, the University of Birmingham, and the OECD Development Communication Network (DevCom). Development Compass is a site for people who want to understand and improve how the public engages with sustainable development and international cooperation. Our blog series provides relevant, practical advice and insights for campaigners and communications professionals in the development community.

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