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2016 Annual Conference on Citizenship

October 13-14, 2016: Strengthening America’s Civic Health: Developing Strategies for Enhancing Civic Life and Improving Communities

April 7, 2016
We think of civic health as the way that communities are organized to define and address public problems. This working convening will focus on how to strengthen civic health to aid the efforts of those working every day on their communities’ most pressing challenges. Get involved today!
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Connecting the Dots: Civic Renewal Webinar Conversations

June 13, 2016
NCoC is hosting regional webinar conversations to share information about our expanded strategic direction and discuss how best to enhance consideration of the relationship between civic health and the challenging issues you face.
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How can we meet this moment in ways that inspire deep, diverse, sustainable civic engagement?

NCoC Launches Civic Renewal Initiative

March 22, 2016
Civic life in America, constantly evolving, is poised for a new wave of growth. Civic engagement is bubbling to the surface of the front pages and front-lines of cities across the nation.
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In-depth report measures citizen engagement in the Constitution State in voting, volunteerism, and community involvement

2016 Connecticut Civic Health Index Launched

January 19, 2016
A coalition of groups — including the Secretary of the State, Everyday Democracy, the National Conference on Citizenship and DataHaven — launched the 2016 Civic Health Index Report today.
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Leadership Changes at NCoC

Ilir Zherka Takes New Post; Sally Prouty Appointed Interim CEO of NCoC

December 8, 2015
Following three successful years at the helm of NCoC, Ilir Zherka will become executive director of the Alliance for International Exchange. He will be succeeded by Sally Prouty, who will serve as Interim CEO of NCoC.

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2016 Kansas Civic Health Index
From voting in local elections to volunteerism and participation in public meetings, a new report examines the strength of civic engagement and civic health in Kansas.
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The National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) is a congressionally chartered organization dedicated to strengthening civic life in America.
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2016 Annual Conference on Citizenship
We think of civic health as the way that communities are organized to define and address public problems. This working convening will focus on how to strengthen civic health to aid the efforts of those working every day on their communities’ most pressing challenges. Get involved today!
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