The Heart of Democratic Citizenship – a National Week of Conversation Event

May 12, 2021

What do you think is at the heart of being a democratic citizen? In a self-governing society, what could it mean to be a full participant, to be a democratic citizen?

Please join us on Thursday, June 17, 2021, from 2 – 3:30 pm (ET) for an online small-group discussion exploring our visions for democratic citizenship. We are organizing this event in partnership with IONA Senior Services in Washington, DC.  You can register for this free discussion on Eventbrite.  Register on Eventbrite

We will explore:

  • What is at the heart of being a democratic citizen?
  • What do you think the future for democratic citizenship should be?
  • How could we make that possible? What could be some of the different roles, powers, and responsibilities?
Join us to explore these questions and more in a facilitated, collaborative conversation. We’ll help each other to explore different ideas about what it means to be a democratic citizen and our visions for a better future of democratic citizenship. Register on Eventbrite  
The Interactivity Foundation’s conversations are intended to be:
  • Generous–we listen first and help build on each other’s ideas
  • Bold–we help each other stretch our imaginations and expand our perspectives
  • Fun–we are here to connect with one another in an enjoyable conversation, not an argument or debate

We focus on facilitated small-group conversations to help each other to imagine positive possibilities for the future.

This conversation is part of the National Week of Conversation, organized by the ListenFirst Coaltion. #ListenFirst

Interested in working with us to bring better discussions to your classroom, community or workplace?

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