Agenda developed and launched a highly specialized microsite for the Atlantic Council that focused on the brutal fall of Aleppo. The site helped broaden exposure of the plight of war-ravaged Syrians and earned Agenda the 2018 Reed Award for the Best IE/Issue-based Website.
For almost a decade, Agenda has provided NTEC with strategic communications, creative and broad consulting services in support of its Native-American-owned mines in New Mexico – and more recently, in Wyoming and Montana. Agenda's 2018 creative work for NTEC earned the 2019 Reed Award for the Best Use of Radio Targeting and for Best 60-Second TV Ad for an Independent Campaign.
In mid-July 2020, USAID’s Digital APEX program awarded a contract to Agenda to provide specialized training to political parties in Georgia in the run-up to that country’s general election scheduled for that October. The objective was to build capacity within Georgian political parties in various aspects of communications, including disinformation, social media usage, and crisis management.
Agenda recently worked with UN Women to facilitate the UN Secretary General’s directive to advance a multi-lingual, multi-ethnic communications campaign in Ethiopia reflecting the organization’s zero-tolerance policy for all aspects of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA). This effort was in partnership with the Ethiopia Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) Network, an interagency group focused on educating and informing the direct and indirect beneficiaries of humanitarian action.
In 2020 NATO Headquarters Sarajevo (NHQSa) engaged Agenda’s Belgrade-based team and its partner, the Euro-Atlantic Initiative (EAI), to independently recast the Alliance’s core narratives in the Western Balkans, with a focus on Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), by positively engaging local audiences and proactively filling the region’s complex and contested information environment (IE) with legitimate and accurate narratives.