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Girl-focused Development Campaigns: Two steps forward, One step back

Source: Graphic from Girl Effect Report. Available here. Accessed: September 22, 2016 It is critical to analyze the narratives and visuals of development campaigns to explore what they convey beyond the frame. This includes analyzing not only the marketing/communications materials but also the languages employed by prominent advocates since they facilitate the production of a societal consensus.
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