How can we be more effective in getting people off the sidelines to engage and participate, and even more importantly, keeping people engaged over the long haul?
Sarah Sullivan from Think Of Us and Chris Scott from Alloy share about the Cycle of Engagement, a framework they developed while at The New Data Project for understanding the stages of how Americans engage in civic life today. Tune in for an overview of the framework and lessons learned that present some exciting implications for the work of helping people to stay engaged.
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We participated in an important conversation that explored how investing in the built environment can be used as a lever for decriminalizing mental illness, increasing public safety, enhancing civic participation, addressing inequities and improving public health
Learn from leaders who are advancing new narratives about violence for a conversation on how the stories we tell can lead to accountability, healing and prevention. People with lived expertise share the impact of public safety reporting on narratives and call for shifting power from media and institutions to survivors and impacted communities.
Learn how changing procurement processes within governments can help us tackle systemic inequities and shift how funding reaches communities who are doing transformational work.