Five community-based organizations organized ‘dialogue-to-change’ programs to improve the lives of young children in greater Albuquerque.
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The FACTS Initiative and CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation have announced a call for proposals on local democratic innovations for publication in a special issue of the FACTS Reports, on the 2013 website of the journal, and on the CIVICUS website.
Two $10,000 Awards Announced to Help Build Civic Infrastructure