The Interactivity Foundation works to engage citizens in the exploration and development of possibilities for public policy through small group discussions.
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- Several Interactivity Foundation fellows have been selected to present at the National Council on Dialogue and Deliberation conference taking place in Reston, Virginia from October 17-21. On Friday, October 18, IF fellows will present: “Beyond the Crossfire: 90-second Stories on What … Read more
- How and when do sports become a public matter? What public decisions do we face about sports? What roles could sports play for us as a society and as individuals? The Interactivity Foundation is launching a new discussion project in … Read more
- The Interactivity Foundation is very pleased to announce the publication of two new discussion guides for citizen discussion: What Might Childhood Look Like in the Future, eds. Suzanne Goodney Lea and Nneka Edwards, and Invention, Innovation, and Intellectual Property, ed. Adolf Gundersen Each … Read more