Civic Engagement Forums
As a nonpartisan convener and facilitator, FOCUS’ civic engagement forums provide opportunities to learn about and discuss key regional issues. In the past year, more than 1,600 community members and leaders attended a FOCUS forum.
Bringing together diverse perspectives, our forums offer:
- Access to education and resources on important civic issues;
- Space to engage in dialogue and understanding of opposing viewpoints; and
- Connection with other individuals who have an interest in the issue and leaders working in that space.
Many of our forums are free and open to the public.
Interested in partnering on or sponsoring a future civic engagement forum? Contact Vice President Jackie Kirouac-Fram at (314) 657-4029 or by email.
Rescheduled for 2019 – stay tuned for the new date!
The subject of governing ourselves together, as a community, as a metropolis, and as a region, has been a focus of civic conversations in St. Louis for decades.
In honor of Women’s History Month, join us for a panel discussion exploring the trope of the angry black woman.
Register for the third forum in our Civics & Civility series, hosted in partnership with the Missouri Humanities Council.
Save the date for the annual Public Ethics Conference, this year focusing on the role and and function of parties in today’s political system.