Toward “a more perfect union,” the League of Women Voters is offering facilitation training to build civic skills needed by community members and policy makers to talk about common problems.
The League’s Civil Engagement group will lead participants in learning how to bring people together in conversation on issues that affect our community.
The hands-on, small-group session will use the National Issues Forums Fall 2017 Issue Advisory, “What Should We Do About the Opioid Epidemic?” a discussion guide to demonstrate how deliberation forums can assist people in moving from initial reactions to more reflective judgment.
The event is free and open to the public, however advance registration is required by contacting the League of Women Voters at 760-736-1608 or by email to thompsmg [at] roadrunner.com
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