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Guidance Note: The JEDI Principles

Guidance Note: The JEDI Principles

Incorporating JEDI Principles into “Advancing Strategic Ocean Communication” Project The objective of this guidance note is to provide a framework for integrating Justice, Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) principles into the “Advancing Strategic Ocean Communication” project, including the thematic chapter groups, from the outset of their deliberations. The chapter groups—Scaling Up Investment, Messaging and Messengers, … Continued

OneOcean Flotilla Equity and Justice Report

In January 2022, the OneOcean Response Room developed a deep dive briefing, exploring the topic of equity and justice in the ocean sector. This briefing paper was prepared in response to the feedback received from Flotilla members highlighting equity and justice as an area of increasing focus, and requests for support on communicating in this … Continued

High Seas Treaty Media Analysis

In March 2023 the final text of the High Seas Treaty was agreed by consensus at the United Nations. This historic achievement was covered by media outlets across the world. With our digital research partner, we analysed online news and social media conversation of the event between 4th and 29th March 2023. The summary of … Continued

Influence and Engagement: Priorities for Effective Ocean-Climate Communication

At the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon in 2022, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (UK Branch) and Communications INC convened a conversation on how ocean-climate action could be accelerated through cross-sector influencing and engagement.   Funders, NGOs, communicators and programme strategists shared experience in other sectors, exchanged insights, made new connections, and identified how we could collaborate … Continued

Impactful Ocean-Climate Imagery

When you think of media coverage of ocean issues, what images spring to mind? A stock photo of a pristine beach, perhaps? Or a turtle with a plastic bag? Last year, Communications INC partnered with Climate Visuals to address the ongoing problem of ocean imagery. A growing body of research highlighted a reliance on generic … Continued