In the time that Common Cause has existed, we have worked with some of the world’s leading social psychologists and conducted and collaborated on several research projects. As a result, we’ve created a growing library of useful resources, toolkits and guides for organisations and individuals wanting to know more about values and how and why to embed this knowledge in their lives and work.
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How most of us underestimate the importance that a typical fellow citizen places on intrinsic values and why this matters.
You understand the importance of values and their impact in the world, in our lives and workplaces, and you want to know more about how to embed them in your organisation and its work. These are the resources for you:
With a special focus on values and environmental change:
Take a look and see how values can be engaged through the work of arts and cultural institutions in order to lead to stronger communities, increased personal wellbeing and greater levels of civic participation.
The way we understand the values of others has a big effect on the ways we think and act.
Over the years, our research and advocacy has filtered out in lots of different directions. Approaches that we have helped to develop are used in new campaigns and communications, people use our resources to run workshops and seminars for their colleagues, and our material – all freely available – is used in many different college and university courses around the world.
If you have found our resources inspiring or useful, we’d love to hear from you. Such feedback is really important to us in demonstrating the impact of our work and securing the support that we need in order to continue.
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