Changing Minds, Changing Practices, Changing Lives.
Communication for social change is a process of public and private dialogue through which people define who they are, what they want, what they need to improve their lives.
Health Policy & COVID-19
Communication for Social Change Consortium President Denise Gray-Felder joins a panel of global health communicators to discuss the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on health policy in emerging and mature markets.
How CFSC Makes a Difference
Engaging in effective listening and dialogue at all levels of an issue – with all social segments.
Understanding how to equip and mobilize people at all community levels.
Working with local professionals who understand local norms and customs.
We equip communities to use Communication for Social Change methods to solve critical issues facing marginalized communities;
Applying CFSC methods to real-life situations involving critical global issues such as HIV-AIDS, gender imbalance, inadequate education, childhood immunization, tuberculosis, environmental issues, food security and poverty eradication.