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A reminder on #EarthDay that for the last five years #climatechange has consistently appeared in the British public's top three most important global issues, even through the #COVID19 pandemic. Will government follow their lead at #COP26? https://t.co/TrZtFYc1Ms

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RT @SusannahBirkwoo: V interesting #devcomms piece here by @jriggers: study by @J_A_Hudson et al found donors were 7% less likely to give m…

75% of Irish people are concerned about poverty overseas, compared to 50% in the UK. Early results from the Worldview Baseline survey are in! @Dochasnetwork Read more: https://t.co/nGMt6gDfZ1 https://t.co/WDRUb3oiZZ

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Do terms like 'resilience' and 'sustainability' carry any weight with the public? What values resonate most when talking about #COVID19 recovery? #globaldev #DatabyDEL #Devcomms UK vs. US: https://t.co/jKRSljUE2I

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Who speaks for overseas aid? How do the sector's spokespeople (celebs, aid 'recipients,' volunteers) impact the public's view of aid work? We evaluate messengers' effectiveness as well as warmth, trust, competence and other factors: https://t.co/V5ck4syMKh https://t.co/K5yhUXerjR

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@jonlis1 Absolutely. Our data shows that Britons are incredibly aware of racial inequality. (Survey was conducted in Oct 2020 across a nationally-representative sample of n=8097) #RaceReport https://t.co/xFfVTT4ngJ

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