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Have you seen NCDD’s new Resource Guide yet?

Have you seen NCDD’s new Resource Guide on Public Engagement?  If you’ve attended our regional events this fall, you have.  Those of you gathering together in Portland this weekend (see you there!) will get a copy.

Others can download the doc from www.ncdd.org/rc/item/4471.  We’re planning on raising funds for the next round of printing by charging small amounts ($5 each; $3 each if you want more than 20?) for the printed copies we have leftover from the events.  Everybody seems to want them, which is great!

Showcasing NCDD’s best work (like the Core Principles for Public Engagement and the Engagement Streams Framework), NCDD’s October 2010 Resource Guide on Public Engagement also recognizes a lot of the great work that has been done by others in our field.

Created to supplement our 2010 regional events (all attendees receive one copy of the publication), this resource guide was developed to share stories and resources with the dialogue and deliberation community, public managers, and anyone else with an interest in public engagement. It’s a must-have resource, and people have even told us it’s worth the cost of registration!

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Sandy Heierbacher co-founded the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD) with Andy Fluke in 2002, with the 60 volunteers and 50 organizations who worked together to plan NCDD’s first national conference. She served as NCDD's Executive Director between 2002 and 2018. Click here for a list of articles and resources authored by Sandy.

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  1. This is great. For some reason I had missed this particular post. I'll be sure to reference this resource on my LinkedIn group, Civic Engagement and Dialogue Practitioners, which is over 180 members now, I think. Thanks for the Resource Guide on Public Engagement. I encourage people who are doing civic engagement with cities to take a look at the Neighborhood Problem Solver, which is a guide that was developed for the City of Salinas (particular for that City) that I helped develop and update when I was employed there. (The document was published in English and Spanish.) You can find the English version at http://www.ci.salinas.ca.us/services/neighborhood

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