The Penn Project for Civic Engagement (PPCE) is a "leader and innovator in creating and implementing high-impact dialogues on public and organizational issues."
Mission and Purpose
The Penn Project for Civic Engagement (PPCE) aims to organize high-impact civic dialogues to "increase public will for policy decisions, build momentum for change, and improve people’s confidence in government and business involvement that leads to results."
Origins and Development
The Penn Project for Civic Engagement was created in 1995. Its director and co-founders in 2009 were Dr. Harris Sokoloff and Chris Satullo, formerly editorial page editor of The Inquirer and now executive director of news and civic dialogue at WHYY.
Organizational Structure, Membership, and Funding
Specializations, Methods and Tools
Major Projects and Events
PPCE has led citizen dialogues for projects such as the Central Delaware Visioning Project (Penn Praxis), Great Expectations, the Kimmel Center re-envisioning, the City That Works forums, and the Big Canvas arts and culture project.
Analysis and Lessons Learned
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