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Power Civics 10 – Online Course

Gain knowledge about citizen powers that go beyond voting and how you may play a role as a public citizen in our 21st century democracy. Acquire the tools to become active and informed participants in government problem solving and decision-making. Developed by experienced practitioners in local government in partnership with professors who are experts in the emerging discipline of beyond the ballot civic power, explore how to take leadership positions in your community that do not require running for public office.

Topics include:

  • Using technology to find proven solutions
  • Accessing information about current government policy
  • Crafting cost effective, evidence-based solutions
  • Using a No-Blame strategy to keep the focus on the solution
  • Using citizens’ legal rights to advance solutions before local government decision-making bodies
  • Maintaining a respectful, ongoing pursuit of progress toward the adoption of solutions

GENI 4001-01

Power Civics 10 – Online Course

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