Founder and principal of ASO Communications, Anat Shenker-Osorio conducts research globally on why certain messages resonate where others falter. She’s led analytic and empirical research projects and advised campaigns on narrative and strategy in the Untied States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and the EU on issues ranging from beating back restrictions on reproductive rights, to changing laws for people seeking asylum to winning electoral races. Anat is completing a Soros Fellowship on how human rights advocates can craft a more effective narrative to counter the growing spread of nationalism globally and white nationalism in particular. Her writing and research has been featured in The Atlantic, the Guardian, Washington Post, Salon, The Nation, and the Boston Globe, among other outlets.
Your Child, Your Choice: How the United States Made Parenting Impossible
How the neoliberal rhetoric of "choice" has made it harder to raise children....