Catalyzing New Narratives on Refugees

In 2022, New Media Advocacy Project (NMAP) carried out a media landscape and narrative analysis examining the perceptions of refugees and other displaced individuals in Poland, the Czech Republic, and Germany against the backdrop of Russia’s invasion and war in […]

Eurasia Media Landscape Analysis 2021

In 2021, New Media Advocacy Project (NMAP) conducted research into how media trends related to COVID-19 inspired shifts on major human rights issues. The objectives of the research were to: 1) Identify shifting societal values that may have emerged due […]

Harmonious World: Legend vs. Reality

NMAP and Center for Transnational Environmental Accountability (CTEA) commissioned this qualitative study to understand Chinese audiences’ perceptions about China’s environmental impact abroad. Despite the ongoing and rapid financial investment portfolios of Chinese companies globally, natural and human life must be […]

Finding Hopeful Narratives for a Greener Appalachia

This report summarizes key findings from a recent round of audience testing that NMAP conducted with people living in the Ohio River Valley using ​dscout, a flexible online tool that provides fieldwork-quality insights by allowing participants to deeply immerse themselves […]

Petrochemicals in Southern Louisiana

In June and July 2020, NMAP conducted a media landscape analysis for Louisiana Bucket Brigade, surveying an extensive media sample relating to the oil, gas, and petrochemical industries in southern Louisiana. The purpose of this research was to identify key […]