Did you know?
The Center for Civic Literacy
encourages more citizens to participate in the election process by voting in November and volunteering between elections.
Through its series Electing Our Future: A Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise Indianapolis
, the center conducted three public forums, which were facilitated by SPEA professor Sheila Kennedy. The discussions also featured expert panelists and community leaders including our own Troy Riggs.
To learn more, visit the Center for Civic Literacy's website:
The Institute is collaborating with the Indiana Governor's Council for People with Disabilities to facilitate town hall meetings on disability issues throughout the state.
Feedback from the public meetings is guiding the Council's five-year strategic plan.
During each session, led by Senior Researcher Laura Littlepage
, participants discuss:
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- Health care
- Community support for children and adults
- Legal justice/rights
The IU Public Policy Institute delivers unbiased research and data-driven, objective, expert analysis to help public, private and nonprofit sectors make important decisions that directly impact quality of life in Indiana and throughout the nation.