16 pages found in Community Building:
A Case Study of Electronic Community Building in a Freshman Dorm
Study of how Stanford college students living together use and perceive electronic communication as a tool for critical dialogue and community building.
level discussion of their methodology.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing resources for community building and creative citizen dialogue and engagement.
Community Building Institute (CBI)
Founded to help communities improve the way they conduct public business to be more inclusive, more collaborative, and more effective. Based in Annandale, Virginia.
Community Consultation: Best Practice
Annotated listing of best practice community consultation, consumer participation, community development and qualitative analysis tools, practices and theories.
Community Development Exchange (CDX)
wide community development membership organisation. Works to bring about social justice and equality by sharing information, experience and practice, and by representing the community development field in policy work.
Includes the background of this structured form of conversation, with a list of existing cafe groups, and information and resources about how to start a new one.
Global Citizens Circle
style discussions led by a diverse community of world dignitaries, which focus on current global issues, with a goal of constructive change. Describes organizations history, with details of past program topics and leaders.
National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation
Organizations and individuals committed to strengthening and uniting the growing dialogue and deliberation field.
National Park Service - Civic Engagement
US agency offers resources and case studies for using historic sites as venues for civic dialogue on sensitive topics, along with calendar of events.
Ontario Project for Inter-Clinic Community Organizing (OPICCO)
Provides community organizations and community legal clinics in Ontario with tools (information and guidance) for organizing.
published housing and community development magazine. A primary forum for organizers, activists, and advocates in the affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization movements.
free street events. They provide a detailed guide for a successful neighborhood street party, with photos, anecdotes, and discussion of community development.
The Citizen's Handbook
Community organizing handbook designed for use in urban settings. Created by Vancouver, B.C. group.
The World Cafe
sharing, particularly for larger groups, is described, with a bibliography and resources for implementation.
Tom Wolff and Associates
building and community planning. Provides overview of experience and philosophy, with client list, resource links, and description of areas of work.