We are in a time of disruptive change. In communities, citizens are making their voices heard through formal and informal networks and movements. Many of these movements are having a powerful impact on issues of equity, justice, and inclusion. How can deep, durable, and sustainable change in our communities be the result of citizen movements?
In 2020, David Chrislip, David MacPhee and Patti Schmitt engaged 34 thought leaders to provide input into the design of a Civic Capacity Index. The Civic Capacity Index measures the degree to which communities and community leaders are engaged in creating a welcoming and thriving communities.In this webinar, learn more about the genesis of the Civic Capacity Index. David and Patti share the process which guided the development of the Index and their hopes for how the Civic Capacity Index might transform communities and community leaders are in a time of disruptive change. In communities, citizens are making their voices heard through formal and informal networks and movements.
For More Information:
Read David Chrislip’s paper “Civic Capacity, Race, and COVID-19” within the WIN Network's December Newsletter
Take a look at the cover article: "Civic Capacity Building in COVID-19 Recovery Planning in Rural America” in the fall/winter edition of Rural Connections
Read The New Civic Leadership by David Chrislip