CivilPolitics Organization Survey
We use this survey to help us introduce your organization to our community and help others potentially learn both specifically about your work and more generally from your experiences bringing people/groups together.
What is your name and role in the organization that you represent?
What is the organization/group that you represent? What is it's history in terms of getting involved with improving community relationships?
Use this space to enter anything you'd like us to know about your organization and we'll likely repeat this information on our website, so feel free to highlight achievements and things you are proud of.
What specific programs/events/curriculum do you run? Briefly describe what it is you do.
Please do link to online resources that give more detail on your events.
What has worked well in your programs/events? If someone else wanted to replicate your programs, what specific advice would you give them as far as things to do to replicate your successes?
What have you tried in your progams/events that has NOT worked well? If someone else wanted to replicate your programs, what advice would you give them as far as things to AVOID doing?
Where can others learn more about what you do?
Provide a URL here
Below are a number of ideas, based on psychological research, that have been suggested as ways to reduce intergroup divisions. Which of these ideas are reflected in the work you do?
Please check the box even if you didn't get the idea from any outside source. We just want to get a sense for the types of techniques used.
Showing Examples of Positive Relationships
Increasing Cross-Group Personal Connections through Fun, Meals, Talking, etc..
Reducing Certainty of Individual Beliefs
Providing Information on Common Goals/Threats
Reducing the Perception of "Zero-Sum" competition, (any win for one side = a loss for the other side)
Affirming One's Own Values to make people open to Others
Showing Examples of Cross-Group, Unexpected Agreement or Disagreement
Reducing the Perceived Differences Between Groups
Please expand upon your use of the above ideas. How exactly have you operationalized these ideas? Which ideas have you tried and felt worked well? Which ideas have you tried and felt worked badly?
This information is really helpful for both academics and other practitioners so as much detail as you can offer here is quite helpful.
From the above list, what other techniques and ideas would you add? How have you used these techniques in your work?
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