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Resources for Community Engagement

 

Social change leaders can tap into a global network of organizations that provide insight and guidance on how to engage communities in data-driven programs.

 

THE ASSEST-BASED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE

A global network of people who work to build local assets that will enable residents to solve community problems.

www.abcdinstitute.org

 

BLUEPRITNS FOR HEALTHY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

A registry (founded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation) of evidence-based programs that promote the health and well-being of young people.

www.blueprintsprograms.com

 

THE COLLECTIVE IMPACT FORUM

An online resource center and learning network for people around the work who are implementing collective impact efforts.

www.collectiveimpactforum.org

 

THEHARWOOD INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC INNOVATION

An organization that teaches and inspires leaders to change how people work together in communities.

www.theharwoodinstitute.org

 

THE INTERACTION INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL CHANGE

An organization that provides training facilitation, and network building to communities, organizations, and movements.

www.interactioninstitute.org

 

LIVING CITIES

An organization that work with leaders in multiple sectors to develop urban practices that will improve the economic well-being of low-income people.

www.livingcities.org

 

MOVEMENT STRATEGY CENTER

An intermediary that works with local and national groups to respond to community needs, advance policy solutions, and build leadership.

www.movementbuilding.movementstrategy.org

 

POLICYLINK

A research and advocacy group that works with local residents and organizations to advance economic and social equity.

www.policylink.org

 

RESULTS FOR AMERICA

A research and advocacy group that works to shift public resources towards evidence-based, results-driven solutions.

www.results4america.org

 

TAMARACK INSTITUTE

An organization that provides tools and training that help people to collaborate and to achieve collective impact on complex community issues.

www.tamarackcommunity.ca

 

 

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