2011 Connecticut Civic Health Index

The first of its kind in Connecticut, this report documents the state’s civic health. It looks at key indicators of civic life in Connecticut: how Connecticut residents engage in civic organizations and group activities, how attentive they are to community problem solving and politics and how connected they are to family, friends and neighbors.

Foro de decisiones políticas de Un buen comienzo para los niños Reporte y conclusiones

Este reporte da un resumen de las conclusiones expuestas en el foro para la toma de deciones políticas del programa Un buen comienzo para los niños llevado a cabo en Santa Fe, New Mexico el 24 de enero del 2011. Este reporte puede ser útil para conversaciones entre padres/madres y entre ellos, los que abogan por los niños, y legisladores sobre lo que las comunidades de New Mexico requieren para asegurar un mejor futuro para sus niños.

Strong Starts Policy Forum Report and Findings

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This is a summary of findings from the Strong Starts for Children Policy Forum in Santa Fe, N.M., on Jan. 24, 2011. Some 150 parents, neighbors, child advocates and policymakers met for a policy forum in New Mexico to celebrate the work of the five Strong Starts programs and to work through the pros and cons of policy options for improving the lives of New Mexico’s youngest children.

“That’s Not Democracy.” How Out-of-School Youth Engage in Civic Life and What Stands in Their Way

Civic engagement is highly unequal among young Americans, particularly between young people with varying education levels. The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement just released a new report offering insights into promising strategies for reengaging poor and working-class young adults.


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Dialogue to Change

Our ultimate goal is to create positive community change that includes everyone, and our tools, advice, and resources foster that kind of change. Whether you’re grappling with a divisive community issue, or simply want to include residents’ voices in city government, Everyday Democracy's Dialogue to Change process, using a racial equity lens, can help.