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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- It is often helpful in IF projects to start with an “agreement” with project panelists. The following is the framework I have been using: Project Ground Rules—The Interactivity Foundation (IF) has a discussion process of exploration and development that the project … Read more
- IF activities and interactions do not end at the U.S. border. Since the very beginning Jay Stern had a project in Hungary. IF’s strongest foray into the international arena was made by Fellows Mark Notturno and Ieva Notturno when they … Read more
- IF has been conducting a discussion series in China every winter and summer since 2011. Participants range from high school students to teachers, from ordinary Chinese citizens to nationally famous scholars. In essence, there is always diverse pool of contributors. … Read more