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Tool Kits | December 31, 2019

The mini-Social Cohesion Barometer:

A TOOL TO ASSESS AND STRENGTHEN SOCIAL COHESION IN DIVIDED COMMUNITIES

This Guide explains how to use the mini-Social Cohesion Barometer (The Barometer). The Barometer can be applied in various ways, but its main purpose is to help people in conflicted societies talk about what divides them, what unites them, and to act on this understanding for enhanced social cohesion. Initially, CRS introduced the Barometer along with a suite of 65 tools in “The Ties that Bind: Strengthening Social Cohesion in Divided Communities.” This standalone version of the Barometer responds to a growing demand for greater detail and step-by-step guidance.