2016 Annual Conference on Citizenship

Posted by National Conference on Citizenship on October 3, 2016

Are you concerned about civic life in America? Are you frustrated by fractured communities, divisive politics, and processes that exclude many of our people? Do you feel we can do better? Do you have solutions you want to share with others?

Join fellow citizens, government leaders, and innovative entrepreneurs who are working to design and support engaged and resilient communities at the 2016 Annual Conference on Citizenship in Washington, DC on October 13th and 14th. The 2016 conference is Co-hosted by the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life at Tufts University and will specifically focus on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in civic life. Unless we make progress on these issues, we cannot move our country forward.


The 2016 conference will be highly interactive. Participants will help shape the agenda for civic renewal in America and will leave with contacts and practical ideas to strengthen their own work. There will be opportunities to address unresolved and contested issues in civic life.


Click here to view the agenda at-a-glance.


Please join us for this important convening and invite other colleagues whose voices need to be heard. Register today!


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