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Free Materials to hold forums on Economic Inequality from NIFI

Special Offer from NIFI – FREE Materials for Forums

Making Ends Meet: How Should We Spread Prosperity and Improve Opportunity?

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Over the past several months, the Kettering Foundation has been researching the increasingly important issue of economic inequality. The naming and framing of this issue has focused on the growing inequality and the difficulty that families have with surviving economically.

The outcome is a new National Issues Forums (NIFI) issue guide entitled, Making Ends Meet: How Should We Spread Prosperity and Improve Opportunity? The guide will be ready for distribution in early December. Our goal is to have 100 forums by the end of March 2016 so that the results of this research can be reported at the A Public Voice (APV) event in Washington on May 4th.

Hence, a special offer is being presented to the first 100 conveners and/or moderators who agree to conduct a forum. They will receive 20 FREE copies of the issue guide and a copy
of the starter video. The moderator will be expected to have each participant complete the questionnaire following the forum and to mail them back to us. I am asking each of you to consider offering a forum to a group with whom you have contact and who you feel is interested in this issue-your church, a book club, a class you are teaching, a civic organization to which you belong, etc. You can make a significant contribution to spreading awareness of public deliberation and to helping to find a solution to this significant public issue.

Sign up for this offer from NIFI here.

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