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Conferences, trainings, workshops, and other events coming up of interest to the D&D community.

NCDD Discount on Future Search Leadership Workshop

We are excited to share the following letter to the NCDD community from Sally Theilacker of the Future Search Network about a great discount being offered to NCDD members for their upcoming Future Search leadership workshop this December. We encourage you to read below and take advantage of the discount! Find out more by clicking here. Dear NCDD Community, Sandra Janoff and I are inspired by your work in your recent conference and in your community.  We want to support you in the following way. Sandra is offering a […] (continue)

NIF Caucus at NCDD 2014 – Friday Dinner

We want to make sure that all of you who are attending NCDD 2014 this week know that there is going to be a dinner for past or present affiliates of our partners at the National Issues Forums Institute. Learn more in the note below from Nancy Gansender and RSVP to her. Are you an NIF moderator/facilitator? Are you part of the NIF network, past or present? Do you remember the PPIs or are you part of its successors, Centers for Civic Life? Can we talk? Let’s […] (continue)

Help Move Us Beyond Partisan Polarization

We hope you will read the letter below from NCDD supporting member Mark Gerzon asking NCDD members to share their ideas and input for how we can transcend the partisan political divide of our times. Mark and the Center for Transpartisan Leadership will also be offering a chance to be part of the conversation in the “Co-Designing our Transpartisan Journey” workshop during NCDD 2014. Learn more about what the CTL is doing and comment with your ideas below. Before we are Republicans or Democrats, liberals or conservatives, or any of the other labels that divide us as […] (continue)

Free 3-Part Webinar on Talking about Difficult Public Issues

We want to share the following announcement from the American Library Association Center for Civic Life, and the David Mathews Center for Civic Life about a great 3-part webinar on discussing public issues that starts next week. We found the announcement over at the NIF blog, and hope you will read it below or view it here. Does your community have a problem that looks like this? Join us to learn how you can help overcome deadlock and lead change in your community. Session 1: “Beyond Deadlock: […] (continue)

Register TODAY for NCDD 2014 before the Late Fee Starts!

Look, we know everyone procrastinates. I do it, you do it, we all do it. But if you haven’t registered yet for the NCDD 2014 conference yet, today is your last day to get registered before the extra $100 late fee kicks in. So if you’ve been putting it off until the last minute, now is the last minute! Make sure to get registered before midnight tonight at www.ncdd2014.eventbrite.com. You wouldn’t want to miss all of our great workshops, the D&D Showcase, our brand new Short […] (continue)

Sign Up for an NCDD 2014 Field Trip to “Toast”

We are excited to share the invitation below from Marla Crockett – NCDD Board member and one of our DC site coordinators for NCDD 2014 – to join her for a great field trip during NCDD 2014! Find out more below and read more about our field trips by clicking here. Join us for Toast during the NCDD Conference! Wondering what to do on Saturday night during the NCDD Conference? Tickets are still available, so sign up for our field trip to Capitol Hill to see […] (continue)

CM Call on Rural Brain Drain, Oct. 9th

We are pleased to invite NCDD members to join our partners at CommunityMatters for the next of their monthly capacity-building calls series. This month’s call is titled “Rewriting the Rural Narrative”, and it will be taking place next Thursday, October 9th from 4-5pm Eastern Time.  This month’s call will feature the insights of Ben Winchester, research fellow, University of Minnesota Extension. CM describes the upcoming call like this: Brain drain – the loss of 18-29 year olds – dominates the conversation about rural population change. Yet at the same […] (continue)

Screening of “Bring It To The Table” at NCDD 2014

We’re excited to announce that we’ll be screening the not-yet-released film “Bring It To The Table” at NCDD 2014 on Saturday night starting at 8:30 pm, and you’ll have the chance to talk with filmmaker Julie Winokur about her journey, and about how you might utilize the film. Democracy is founded on robust dialogue, but somewhere along the line, politics replaced sex as the one thing in America we don’t discuss in mixed company. Bring it to the Table aims to reverse that trend. Filmmaker […] (continue)

NCDD 2014: Lots of things to get excited about!

If you haven’t yet registered for the NCDD conference (Oct 17-19 in Reston, VA), now’s the time to do it! The late rate goes into effect next Wednesday, and registration will be $550 rather than $450. It’s looking like we’ll reach our goal of 400 attendees (yay!), but we still a few spots open, and maybe one of them has your name on it. But here’s an added incentive to register now.  You can enter the promo code “25percentoff” at registration to save over $110 […] (continue)

Please show your support of youth at NCDD 2014!

NCDD’s 6th National Conference on Dialogue & Deliberation is right around the corner, and we couldn’t be more excited! Part of the reason we chose our theme Democracy for the Next Generation is that we are committed to encouraging and cultivating the young leaders who are emerging in our field. We will have more students and young people joining us at NCDD 2014 than at any previous conference. We’ve made this happen through our $250 rate for full-time students (35 students have registered using this option), and through granting an […] (continue)

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