Partner with Community Development for a national forum
The office is looking for instructors interested in hosting the national forum, “A House Divided: How Do We Get the Political System We Want? What Would We Have to Give Up to Get It?” during their class this semester.
The Office of Community Development has recently been offered a unique opportunity to partner with the National Issues Forums Institute (NIFI) to facilitate a national forum titled, “A House Divided: How Do We Get the Political System We Want? What Would We Have to Give Up to Get It?”
This forum, which would be facilitated at no cost by the Office of Community Development, allows attendees the opportunity to work together to discuss options (and their respective risks) for creating a better political system. All the insights gained from this forum will be sent to the NIFI as well as the Kettering Foundation whom will publish a final report on the 2019 forums for elected officials, Capitol Hill staffers, and other policymakers.
To reach as many student's as possible, the office is looking for instructors who would be interested in having trained facilitators come into their classroom to facilitate this dialogue. The office is willing to accommodate to more than one session.
For more information or to schedule a session, please contact Justin Sullivan, Graduate Assistant for Democratic Engagement for the Office of Community Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 395-2950.
posted by jasullivan [2019-01-30]
Justin Sullivan, email@example.com, (585) 395-2950