Resources

Here is our resource library to get to know the Better Arguments Project more. We hope these resources empower you to engage with others across differences.

Business

Better Arguments can help people work more productively across diverse viewpoints. Human Resources, corporate relations, and diversity equity and inclusion professionals may be interested in bringing Better Arguments to the workplace. Below are resources that are applicable for workshops, meetings, and trainings in the workplace.

  • Check out the Join Us section to host or join a virtual Better Argument and explore other ways to engage with us!
  • Bring Better Arguments to your workplace using this workbook to yield good work.
  • Learn more about Better Arguments project concepts and principles in this report.
  • Consider how Better Arguments can apply to your community using this brainstorming guide.
  • Access best practices for facilitation here.

Community

Better Arguments can be used to build relationships and make progress around specific local issues. Community-based leaders and organizations can lead their neighbors in Better Arguments as they apply Better Arguments locally. Below are resources that are applicable to community gatherings and public forums.

  • Check out the Join Us section to host or join a virtual Better Argument and explore other ways to engage with us!
  • Join a virtual Better Argument in partnership with Civic Dinners.
  • Learn more about Better Arguments Project concepts and principles in this report.
  • Consider how Better Arguments can apply to your community using this brainstorming guide.
  • Access best practices for facilitation here.

Education

Better Arguments can provide tools to build skills to engage productively across differences and methods to learn about topics from different viewpoints. Educators and school leaders can bring Better Arguments to their school community and students. Below are resources that are applicable to school-based learning activities and after school programs.

  • Check out the Join Us section to host or join a virtual Better Argument and explore other ways to engage with us!
  • Bring Better Arguments to your classroom using the Better Arguments school curriculum.
  • Bring Better Arguments to your students using this workbook to yield good work.
  • Learn more about Better Arguments Project concepts and principles in this report.
  • Consider how Better Arguments can apply to your community using this brainstorming guide.
  • Access best practices for facilitation here.

Home

Better Arguments can be used to practice having more productive conversations about difficult topics with family and friends. Any person has the opportunity to bring Better Arguments home. Anyone interested in exploring Better Arguments concepts in their own lives around the dinner table and over holidays can use the resources below.

  • Check out the Join Us section to host or join a virtual Better Argument and explore other ways to engage with us!
  • Join a virtual Better Argument in partnership with Civic Dinners.
  • Learn more about Better Arguments Project concepts and principles in this report.
  • Consider how Better Arguments can apply to your community using this brainstorming guide.
  • Access best practices for facilitation here.

Faith

Better Arguments can help people build a faith-based community that leaves room for diverse points of view. Faith-based leaders and religious organizations can bring Better Arguments to various religious groups. Below are resources that are applicable for workshops, meetings, and training.

  • Check out the Join Us section to host or join a virtual Better Argument and explore other ways to engage with us!
  • Learn more about Better Arguments Project concepts and principles in this report.
  • Consider how Better Arguments can apply to your community using this brainstorming guide.
  • Access best practices for facilitation here.

Public Office

Better Arguments can help people develop plans and policies that are informed by diverse viewpoints. Public elected officials and related professionals can bring Better Arguments to public office. Below are resources that are applicable for workshops, meetings, and training in public office and policy-making settings.

  • Check out the Join Us section to host or join a virtual Better Argument and explore other ways to engage with us!
  • Learn more about Better Arguments Project concepts and principles in this report.
  • Consider how Better Arguments can apply to your community using this brainstorming guide.
  • Access best practices for facilitation here.