California Conference on Citizenship


This conference will host a series of panels on confidence in elections, security and technology in elections, current issues in election administration, and the future of elections.

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Pepperdine's Constitution Day event will focus on citizenship as they partner with the National Conference on Citizenship to highlight ways Californians are volunteering and participating in the lives of our communities.

Cosponsoring the event are the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership, X Sector Labs, and the National Conference on Citizenship.

The Conference will highlight successful examples of public engagement and civic innovation, strengthen connections between people working to improve local democracy, and inspire planning for stronger civic infrastructure in the state. The event will also generate discussion on the civic health research needed in California, and explore ways to understand how the pandemic, partisan polarization, and other factors have affected how Californians are connecting and working together.

The conference will begin with a keynote presentation by Josh Fryday, California’s Chief Service Officer, followed by a plenary panel exploring the research on civic health. A number of concurrent sessions will be held in the afternoon, followed by a reception. The keynote and plenary panel will be livestreamed for the public.

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Additional events at Pepperdine:  "Building Trust in Elections" Conference | San Fernando Valley News Portal (town.news)

Pepperdine Malibu Campus
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
United States

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