Oregon Atlas of Collaboration


Oregon Atlas of Collaboration

Painted Hills, Oregon, USA

The Oregon Atlas of Collaboration, a joint research project of NPCC and the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration at Syracuse University, includes information on 236 state-connected collaboratives engaged in one of thirteen collaborative platforms operating across five policy areas, including natural resources, economic development, public safety, education, and human health. More than 2,500 people and 2,000 organizations participate in these collaboratives. About half of those collaboratives were self-initiated by communities and coalitions, and about half formed from more direct state incentives or mandates. From the initial group of collaboratives, about 66 percent were formed to coordinate public service delivery and 34 percent formed to resolve some form of conflict.

Learn more at the Oregon Atlas of Collaboration website.

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