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Free Flyer Templates from Everyday Democracy

Everyday Democracy has designed six highly useful, customizable flyer templates that can be used by anyone holding dialogue and deliberation events. The templates can be downloaded here. The six flyer templates are for: Action Forum flyers Community-Building flyers Kick-off Event flyers Recruit Facilitator flyers Voice Your Opinion flyers We Need You flyers From Everyday Democracy… No design skills? No budget for a graphic designer? No problem! Use these templates to help you create beautiful flyers for your program Easy to use – no design skills required […] (continue)

One Nation, Many Beliefs: Talking About Religion in a Diverse Democracy

This is the pilot version of the 43-page discussion guide, One Nation, Many Beliefs: Talking About Religion in a Diverse Democracy from Everyday Democracy. Adapted from a 2006 guide created by LaGuardia Community College, One Nation, Many Beliefs was revised in 2011. The guide helps people of different faith groups and secular groups develop relationships to work together in creating a community where everyone can thrive. Below is an excerpt from the guide, which can be downloaded in full from Everyday Democracy’s site here. From the guide…   […] (continue)

Facing Racism in a Diverse Nation

The 58-page discussion guide, Facing Racism in a Diverse Nation was originally published in 1992 from Everyday Democracy and has been used in thousands of dialogue-to-change programs. Below is an excerpt and link to the 2008 revised edition, which is available in both English and Spanish. This six-session discussion guide helps all kinds of people take part in meaningful dialogue to examine gaps among racial and ethnic groups and create institutional and  policy change, and includes a supplementary guide for affinity-group dialogue. The guide is endorsed by a wide […] (continue)

IAP2 Public Participation Spectrum

This one-page chart shows how various forms of public participation have different levels of public involvement.  It categorizes public participation by the level of public impact on the decision-making process, beginning with informing the public, moving on to consulting with the public (taking feedback and ideas into consideration), then involving the public throughout the decision-making process, followed by collaborating with the public in the development of alternatives and the identification of a perferred solution, and culminating with empowering the public with decision-making power.  The chart lists a few techniques that fall under each category. (continue)

Toward a More Perfect Union in an Age of Diversity: A Guide for Building Stronger Communities Through Public Dialogue

A four-session discussion guide examining ideas about unity, diversity and pluralism, and how they affect us as members of our communities and our country. (continue)

Café to Go! A Quick Reference Guide for Putting Conversations to Work

This concise 7-page guide to the World Café (2002) covers the basics of the process. It includes brief outlines of each principle, a description of Café Etiquette, an outline of key elements of the World Café conversations, and tips for creating Café ambiance. Download from www.theworldcafe.com/hosting.htm. (continue)

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