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Within ILG's Public Engagement Program

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Within ILG’s Public Engagement Program

ILG’s Public Engagement Program continually seeks to understand our impact and trends in the public engagement field. The materials below highlight programmatic accomplishments as well as results of major surveys conducted in 2011 and 2015.

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Public Engagement Program Logic Model

The Public Engagement Program’s logic model represents a sound theoretical basis for the program activities. The model includes a range of activities needed to support meaningful public engagement in local government decisions. The Public Engagement Program uses the model to set goals, measure outcomes, collect data, evaluate the program’s components and articulate impact.

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2015 Public Engagement Evaluation Findings

Through the generous support of The James Irvine Foundation and in collaboration with consultants Deb Marois, Coverge CRT and Adele James, Adele James Consulting, the Institute for Local Government (ILG) Public Engagement Program conducted a major Evaluation, Reflection and Planning Project in 2015.

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2016 ILG Public Engagement Highlights

This infographic summarizes the accomplishments of ILG’s Public Engagement Program in 2016. Please see the companion document 2016  Behind the Numbers for more information about the program’s activities. 

2016 Behind the Numbers

2016 By the Numbers

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2014 ILG Public Engagement Program Highlights

This infographic summarizes the accomplishments of ILG’s Public Engagement Program in 2014. Please see the companion document 2014 Behind the Numbers for more information about the program’s activities.

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