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These resources are designed to help you learn more about the Better Arguments framework, and to help you put these principles into practice. You are currently viewing our complete library; use the navigation tabs to filter your search.
Report on Key Operating Principles
Civic Dinners: In this together?
Tech Boom Tensions
Liberty and Equality
Voter ID Laws
Monuments and Memorials
Better Arguments can help colleagues work more productively across diverse viewpoints.
Human resources, corporate relations, and DEI professionals may be interested in bringing Better Arguments to the workplace. Below are resources that are applicable for workshops, employee resource groups, team meetings, and trainings.
Better Arguments can be used to build relationships and make progress around specific local issues.
Community leaders and organizations can guide their neighbors to apply Better Arguments locally. Below are resources that are applicable to community gatherings and public forums.
Civic Dinners: In This Together?
Educators can bring Better Arguments to their school community and classroom.
Better Arguments can help students learn to engage productively across differences and grapple with differing viewpoints. Below are resources that are applicable to school-based learning activities and after school programs.
All of the guidance you need to host your own Better Argument can be found in our toolkits.
We offer pre-designed Better Arguments related to current hot-button topics, longstanding philosophical debates, and complex multi-player tensions. These conversations can take place in a virtual setting, or in an in-person setting in accordance with local regulations.