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The Global Narratives project invests in the skills of national and regional partners by training them to test and develop their own climate change messages with their own audiences, using Climate Outreach's peer-reviewed Narrative Workshop methodology.

This approach is designed to allow participants to engage in conversations about climate change and respond to the narratives provided in their own terms, with reference to the things that matter to them. Hence the process begins by exploring participants' own values, concerns and aspirations rather than a particular policy proposal or technological response. This makes the Narrative  Workshop methodology applicable across diverse cultures and with all sections of the population.

In 2017 we piloted the project in India, in 2018 we released the Alberta Narratives Project, and in 2019 we will be taking the project to Tunisia.

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