WHY WE INVESTED
In this era of hyper-partisanship, Democrats, Republicans, and Independents can agree to varying degrees that the government system in the United States needs to be repaired. The Project on Political Reform (PPR) is seeking to identify politically viable strategies for mitigating polarization by hosting bipartisan conferences and informative workshops for political practitioners and scholars to advance reform ideas.
With the help of our grant, PPR will host conferences and workshops on the nature, causes, and dynamics of political polarization in the United States. By facilitating research on the efficacy of political and governmental reform proposals, fostering greater reciprocal dialogue and collaboration between relevant parties and policy-makers, and creating opportunities for greater bipartisan dialogue in impartial environments, PPR seeks to surface and discuss politically viable ideas for political or governmental reform to mitigate polarization.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
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