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A Workbook for Evaluating Democratic Engagement Impacts
Democracy is more than politics. Its values and practices are core to our civil societies. The skills and values that uphold democratic systems are a part of every program, educational opportunity, and service provided by individuals and organizations. Everything we do can either contribute to weakening our democracies or help strengthen and improve democratic societies.
To help find out what works, when, and how for strengthening democratic engagement, we created a workbook to guide practitioners through different methods of evaluation.
We’ve designed the workbook for practitioners and service providers interested in creating evaluations to understand how their program influences participants’ relationships with democracy.