The Democratic Erosion Consortium marshals cutting edge research to inform evidence-based strategies for mitigating democratic erosion. All too often, there exists a gap between the policymakers and practitioners who design and implement democracy assistance interventions and the researchers who produce rigorous empirical evidence on the interventions that are likely to be most effective. To bridge this gap, the Democratic Erosion Consortium will produce a series of Democratic Erosion Evidence Briefs (DEE-Briefs) that will package existing evidence to increase its accessibility, usefulness, and responsiveness to the needs of policymakers, civil society organizations, and other practitioners committed to preserving democracy. These DEE-Briefs will be accompanied by workshops and public events to facilitate discussion around lessons learned and implications for future interventions. Please join our listserv to stay up to date about our policy brief and workshop series. For other inquiries, please contact Laura Paler, the evidence brief coordinator.