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In May of this year PACE-Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement released ‘An Evolving Relationship’, a white paper based on a briefing memo prepared for a White House meeting held earlier this year between leaders of the philanthropic community and a variety of Obama Administration officials representing both the White House and the Corporation for National and Community Service. The paper argues that a number of key trends in Administration approaches to civic engagement are now intersecting and suggests a great deal of possibility for moving forward in the near future.

Promoting civic engagement is a clear priority for both the Obama Administration and key leaders in the philanthropic community. More and more foundations are making increased commitments to the fields of deliberative dialogue, civic engagement and democratic practice. The white paper explores both the recent history of the relationship between the Executive Branch and philanthropy and prospects for future collaboration.

Chris Gates, the Executive Director of PACE, will moderate the webinar.

Brad Rourke, the author of the white paper, be be the presenter.

Brad Rourke is the president of The Mannakee Circle Group, a firm that helps organizations engage better with their publics. He is an associate of the Kettering Foundation and has over a decade of experience working with key organizations in the civic participation field. He blogs regularly about new media, participation and ethics, and is the founder of ‘Rockville Central’, a hyperlocal community-based news sources that has grown to become the second most-read blog in Maryland.

Title: PACE Webinar, ‘An Emerging Relationship: The Executive Branch, Philanthropy and Civic Engagement’
Date: Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM EDT

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