Political Civility and the Role of Congress
In every non-federal election year since 2010, the Socrates Program hosts a special seminar for senior U.S. Senate and House staffers to engage with citizen-leaders on topics and issues relevant to government and society. Today more than ever, we live in a bifurcated environment, and the nature of our discourse is critical for the country’s future. This year’s seminar explores the role of government, government officials, and institutions in the political discourse of the nation.
Political Civility and the Role of Congress will be co-moderated by THE HONORABLE DAN GLICKMAN, Executive Director of the Aspen Institute Congressional Program, and BILL HOAGLAND, Senior Vice President of the Bipartisan Policy Center.
*Please note, we cannot accept registrations from lobbyists or journalists for this seminar.