A part of the University of Florida’s Center for Public Interest Communications, the frank gathering informs and drives the field of public interest communications through research, insights and news.
Now in its sixth year, frank brings changemakers together from across the globe. The community is made up of strategists, researchers, artists, journalists, students, activists and more. From corporate advocacy to the research lab, to the grassroots on the street activist, the frank community believes in using evidence-based strategies to drive social change.
This year, Fiona Morgan, MIF’s journalism funders network coordinator, will give a talk titled “Information Deserts, Predatory Swamps: Getting Communities the Information They Need,” about her research with James T. Hamilton on the economics of information inequality.
We invite you to learn more about it this conference.