In its literal sense, civic engagement is the basic right given to the citizens to utilize public resources, participate in determination of the policies which will help them in seeking for the betterment of the society and helps in reforming or replacing institutions which are unable to perform effectively and efficiently. Civic engagement is integrated with having an essential relationship with the concept of public policy due to its focus on elaboration of state and governmental policies (Reuben, 2003). It interlinks all the values, skills, ideas, beliefs, concepts and attitudes which a population holds within a state and helps in the potential formation of broad cultural, social, and economic identities within a state. It is a fact that within a democratic society, citizens form the core representation of a democratic society. Application of civic engagement and community can only be found within programs which can help in implementation of various essential areas of a state’s consistent development.
Social and community collaboration involves democratic roles where individuals of various interests and ambitions can act together for discussing their concern about various issues and can help them in giving them a chance for making changes to things which they deem to be crucial. Such moves can prove to be a source of inspirations and thought provoking ideas which include neighborhood associations, school, colleges and universities where citizens can find relevant information for their community and also create a place where they can feel their voices are being heard and they can be given an opportunity for providing their own input regarding crucial governmental decisions which are of utmost interest of the public. Engagement in public discussions that is able to clarify necessities as well as certain changes which need to be made on a regular basis. Political involvement is another vey key issue which may need to be