A New Look for Public Agenda

This week, Public Agenda launched a new website. We invite you to take some time to explore, and we hope you find the content engaging and informative.

Now more than ever, it is critical for us to work toward a democracy that answers to the needs and concerns of all Americans.

As a communications hub for our work, we hope our new website will advance our goals by elevating a diversity of voices, enabling common ground, improving dialogue and collaboration, and ultimately contributing to progress on critical issues.

As a resource for those helping to further our mission, we also hope our new site will help visitors understand our goals and strategies, provide them with tools and knowledge and encourage them to learn more about the issues central to our democracy.

The website is designed to meet a few objectives:

  • We seek to tell the story of our work and convey our impacts on the issues that hold democracy together, including education, health care, economic opportunity and governance. We work on a lot of different issues, and we use a lot of different tools — opinion research, dialogue and facilitation, leadership training and others. We aim to help you better understand what we’re ultimately striving toward: a democracy that works for everyone.
  • We know many of you come to our site to find resources you use in your own work, including opinion data and discussion guides. Our new site makes those resources even more accessible while also allowing you to discover new resources you may not have been aware of.
  • If you’re visiting our site, you likely care about the same issues we do. Our new site makes it easier for you to find ways to take action and help fuel progress on our nation’s critical issues.
    This will be a dynamic site, with new reports, resources, blog posts, comments and news posted regularly. We hope you will visit again.

It is also a responsive design, meaning you can view it just as easily on your phone or tablet as on a laptop or desktop.

We welcome your thoughts on our new website, along with ideas about what you might like to see in the future. Please share your comments by emailing me at arizzolo@publicagenda.org.

Thank you for your interest in Public Agenda!