Like or Not, Change is Coming: How to Get Better Civic Leadership Development Data

by The City of Seattle, WA for the TLG 2018 Case Study program

Dec 5, 2017

PACE began in 2014 with the intent to bring more diverse representation to the district councils that were once the primary form of direct civic engagement between neighborhoods and the City. As the City has explored more engagement options, PACE has evolved to expand the definition of civic engagement and provide the necessary tools for engaging in the civic process. Participating in local government is not rocket science, but it isn’t intuitive either. PACE aims to close the knowledge gap in civic engagement skills for underrepresented communities including low-income, immigrant/refugee, and communities of color.

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