Public Agenda's Healthier Democracies project studied public engagement systems from 15 locations around the world, and, accordingly, each study has its own report with key learnings and takeaways.
The challenges of national democratic engagement are deep and wide. It can be overwhelming to address the multiple factors that influence participation and government systems for connecting with citizens at a large scale, and difficult to measure the impact of an individual intervention in a sea of variables. As part of Healthier Democracies, we looked at the distinct ways that local and regional governments could effectively pilot and grow engagement efforts. We believe that the keys to building democratic engagement on a national and international level may be found in these local and regional models.
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