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* [[Unite Our World]] - [http://www.uniteourworld.org/ Unite]
* [[Unite Our World]] - [http://www.uniteourworld.org/ Unite]
* [[Vegetarians of Washington]] - [http://www.vegofwa.org// Learn More]
* [[Vegetarians of Washington]] - [http://www.vegofwa.org// Learn More]
* [[The Venus Project]] - [http://www.thevenusproject.com/]
* [[The Venus Project]] - [http://www.thevenusproject.com/ Explore More!]
* [[Wolf Haven, International]] - [http://www.wolfhaven.org]
* [[Wolf Haven, International]] - [http://www.wolfhaven.org]

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Please add your case study here. Please add the link here and add the case study information on the page. (To do so, click on the "edit" link to edit this page and copy the way I've done these examples. When you're done, click the "Save page" button. Repeat until done.)

Framework for analyzing examples

The following five elements should be used to look at each example. By using these five elements to direct our analysis we can see common themes emerge from each example of how these elements work together to create Civic Intelligence.

  1. Orientation - describes the purpose, principles and perspectives that help energize an effective deployment of civic intelligence.
  2. Organization- refers to the structures, methods and roles by which people engage in civic intelligence.
  3. Engagement - refers to the ways in which civic intelligence is an active force for thought, action, and social change. #Intelligence - refers to the ways that civic intelligence lives up to its name.
  4. Products and Projects - refers to some of the outcomes, both long-term and incremental, that civic intelligence might produce.
  5. Resources - refers to the types of support that people and institutions engaged in civic intelligence work need.

List of Examples

Please list the case studies alphabetically...