5 Principles of Democratic Engagement
SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue
Because democracy is a complex topic, with many elements and moving parts, it can be difficult to measure the impact of a strategy or intervention. To make it easier, we use principles to identify and measure objectives. Instead of only asking questions about the big topic of democracy, a principles-focused evaluation guides us to ask questions about specific components and elements that support a resilient democratic culture. These can be applied to specific interventions or more general plans and actions.