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Have you reserved your spot for next week's launch? Join us 5 March at 10am GMT to learn what we discovered about the best (and worst) spokespeople for aid campaigns! https://t.co/lmy8Ljnv8l

RT @FZimm: More evidence that we need to shift to positive, hope-based campaigns. Great post by @mollyanders_dev of @DevEngageLab. https:/…

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RT @Labour_LIDN: Who do you think the public trust most to deliver AID? a. The Politician b. The Billionaire c. The Pharmaceutical Compa…

RT @J_A_Hudson: @DevEngageLab is launch a new report on Effective Messengers for International Development on 5 March which will be of inte…

Does the public's awareness of progress increase their likelihood of supporting global causes like poverty reduction? Our latest blog: https://t.co/MSrLf5K5e7 #globaldev #devcomms https://t.co/d6hVt2YlSO

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Who make the best messengers in #globaldev appeals and campaigns? Join us for this free event to discuss the best (and worst) messengers in #globaldev #devcomms, based on the results of our quantitative research: https://t.co/lMMXv3bJqw

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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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