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E-Newsletters (One-Way Email Announcement Lists)

Here are the 25 resources from E-Newsletters (One-Way Email Announcement Lists).

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About Race Relations newsletter's free weekly email newsletter about Race Relations.

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AmericaSpeaks' Network News

AmericaSpeaks, a non-profit organization, engages citizens in the public decisions that impact their lives through their innovative 21st Century Town Meetings, as well as citizen engagement consulting, strategic planning services, and public speaking. Their one-way e-newsletter, geared towards their network of AmericaSpeaks facilitators, is sent out once a month.

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AntiRacismNet Mailing Lists

AntiRacismNet is an international online network of anti-racism organizations and practitioners. The site hosts dozens of mailing lists for groups and organizations such as the World Conference Against Racism, Project Change, and Movement Beyond Borders.

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Change Management Toolbook Great for Beginners Highly Recommended

The Change Management Toolbook includes a broad range of tools, methods and strategies which you can apply during different stages of personal, team and organizational development, in training, facilitation and consulting. It is based on the wealth of tools and principles that have been provided by Kurt Lewin, Edgar Schein, Peter Senge, Arie de Geus, Robert Dilts, Virgina Satir, Bert Hellinger, Harrison Owen, David Cooperrider, Marvin Weisbord, Steve de Shazer - just to name a few - and many other great teachers.

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Co-Intelligence Email Bulletins Great for Beginners Highly Recommended

Co-Intelligence Institute.

Tom Atlee, Founder of the Co-Intelligence Institute (CII), regularly sends out inspiring and informative messages about collective intelligence to his mailing list of over 1000 people. CII promotes awareness of co-intelligence (a shared, integrated form of intelligence) and of many tools and ideas that can be used to increase it. CII's website is loaded with excellent, useful resources.

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CODEP Email Newsletter

CODEP (the Conflict, Development and Peace Network) brings together NGOs, consultants, academics and donors who work in development, human rights and peacebuilding to explore the causes of conflict, its impact on people and to improve practice. To submit info for the CODEP e-newsletter, email [email protected] with details on recent publications, upcoming workshops, conferences or seminars, ongoing or completed research and/or projects.

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Collaborative Edge Newsletter Highly Recommended

Center for Collaborative Policy at Ca. State University Sacramento.

As collaborative strategies and methods grow more important in dealing with complex and 'wicked' public policy issues, information about cutting edge developments in collaboration methods becomes more essential. The Collaborative Edge, an internet-based newsletter, provides timely information on collaborative strategies and methods to public agencies, civic organizations, and the public. Each quarterly edition includes articles on success stories, tool kits, challenging issues, and news and resources.

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ColorLines Magazine NewsWire

ColorLines is a national newsmagazine on race and politics. Keep up to date on the magazine's news, editorials, and event info by signing up for occasional emails from their email list, NewsWire. Visit the ColorLines website for more information, or email them at [email protected].

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Communicator e-newsletter

The Dirksen Congressional Center.

The Communicator is a web-based newsletter that provides educators with news and ideas to enhance civic education and improve the understanding of Congress.

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Community Health News

The Association for Community Health Improvement is the premier national association for community health, healthy communities and community benefit. Community Health News is a weekly e-newsletter available to anyone who wishes to subscribe for non-commercial purposes. Currently, 2,000 subscribers receive weekly announcements of health trends and statistics, prevention programs, policy initiatives, funding opportunities, tools and best practices.

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Deliberative Democracy eBulletin Great for Beginners Highly Recommended

This monthly eBulletin from the Deliberative Democracy Consortium features updates from the deliberative democracy community.

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Democracy Dispatches (email newsletter)

Democracy Dispatches is Demos' bi-weekly issue briefing that tracks and analyzes legislative and political developments on democracy issues in the states. Demos is a non-partisan, non-profit public policy research and advocacy organization which seeks to bring everyone into the life of American democracy and to achieve a broadly shared prosperity characterized by greater opportunity and less disparity.

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DO-WIRE (email announcement list)

DO-WIRE is a source for what's important and happening with the convergence of democracy and the Internet around the world. DO-WIRE is a free, low volume, moderated blog and e-mail announcement list. Launched in January 1998, DoWire connects thousands of experts, practitioners, journalists, and citizens across nearly 100 countries. Democracy Online covers politics online, new media, e-governance, online advocacy and activism, citizen e-participation and related topics.

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FriendsOfNVC (e-newsletter)

Run by the Center for NonViolent Communication, FriendsOfNVC is a one-way email announcement list for people interested in being kept up-to-date by email about activities and developments in the NVC network.

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IAF Methods Database Great for Beginners Highly Recommended

The IAF Methods Database is an online methods resource and knowledge sharing community for group facilitators, managers, management consultants, business lecturers and students, and anyone else preparing, facilitating or leading professional meetings. The site is related to the site (the home of the International Association of Facilitators), but is operated independently. The IAF Methods Database also has a monthly e-newsletter, which lists all newly added methods and suppliers.

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IAP2's E-News Recently Updated

International Association for Public Participation.

IAP2's monthly e-newsletter provides updates from the field of public participation including: upcoming conference information, participation happenings, training opportunities, job postings, industry events, chapter highlights, and IAP2 news. Submit material for inclusion to [email protected] no later than the 20th of every month.

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International Institute for Facilitation and Consensus

The International Institute for Facilitation and Consensus is a professional team of facilitators, trainers and consultants who specialize in participatory processes. We work with change-oriented groups in both the public and private sector, as well as with national and international networks. Headquartered in Mexico, IIFAC relies on a group of skilled colleagues around the world to provide customized services designed to meet our clients’ training and facilitation needs. IIFAC's monthly electronic publication, Bonfire, is designed to inform and inspire facilitators.

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Jewish-Palestinian Dialogue E-Newsletter Great for Beginners Highly Recommended

The Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue Group.

Len and Libby Traubman keep hundreds of people inspired and updated on Jewish-Palestinian dialogue efforts around the world through their e-newsletter and website.

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Mediation Training Institute International

Founded in 1985, the Mediation Training Institute International (MTI) is the world’s leading provider of training and certification in the core competencies for managing workplace conflict. MTI is owned and operated by Dana Mediation Institute, Inc.

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NCDD Email Updates List Great for Beginners Highly Recommended

National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation.

NCDD's website (you're here right now!) is an online resource center for organizers, facilitators, scholars, and others who want to learn more about dialogue and deliberation, improve their work, or stay informed about what's happening throughout the field. NCDD sends out a monthly email message to over 10,000 people in the D&D community to give them a heads-up about what's new on this ever-changing site--and in the field in general.

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