Researchers, practitioners, and policymakers are realizing the need for and the importance of including community-engaged methods in their work. The Urban Institute created a guidebook that covers different topics in community-engaged work to aid those who are just beginning these efforts or looking to expand or deepen the work they are already doing. The guidebook is based on Urban’s Data Walk guide and includes practical advice for partnership building, community advisory boards, participatory approaches to surveys, and youth engagement.
This toolkit highlights community-based and racially equitable approaches that can catalyze equitable public policy, programs, and investments by centering a community’s expertise.
The Urban Institute created a guidebook that covers different topics in community-engaged work to aid those who are just beginning these efforts or looking to expand or deepen the work they are already doing. The guidebook includes practical advice for partnership building, community advisory boards
This toolkit was created for researchers interested in community-engaged surveys. It focuses on how to incorporate community-engaged methods into survey research and provides examples of projects across the Urban Institute that have used community-engaged methods in surveys. This resource also
Community-engaged methods aim to include people with personal, lived experience in the knowledge-building and decisionmaking process. A community advisory board (CAB) is a diverse group of community members selected to voice community perspective as coleaders and/or advisers on a project team. This
The key to effectively engaging communities in research is building strong partnerships. This toolkit is intended for researchers interested in finding and building relationships with partners to facilitate community-engaged research. This toolkit contains actionable information on why building
Youth engagement is building relationships between young people and adults through intentional, inclusive, and mutually beneficial interactions. A project can operationalize youth engagement in various ways. This toolkit shares some ideas and considerations that will help to strategically and safely