Vision
  • To Build and support a vibrant network of civic engagement organizations in Georgia
    • by identifying organizations or groups interested in developing a civic engagement program
    • by providing training and initial assistance with convening with interested organizations
    • by developing tools to extend civic engagement to underserved communities in Georgia such as online forums and training
  • Support and encourage active citizenship among high school and college students
    • by encouraging incorporation of civic engagement programs such as the National issues Forums across the curriculum of higher education institutions
    • by encouraging incorporation of civic engagement programs such as the National issues Forums across the curriculum of high schools
    • by identifying and partnering with individuals, organizations, or groups interested in developing a civic engagement in college and high schools
    • by providing conferences, seminars, or symposia that consider use of deliberative techniques such as NIF in the high school and college classroom
  • Provide regular training in deliberative techniques that support civic engagement
    • by providing beginning and advanced public policy institutes, workshops, and seminars on a regular basis
    • By developing a corps of trained moderators and issue framers available to assist organizations or groups work through challenging public issues using deliberative techniques
  • Encourage vibrant discussion among diverse audiences in the counties surrounding the University of Georgia, the headquarters for Russell Forum for Civic Life in Georgia
    • By offering ongoing forums for these communities

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