Recently the Public Conversations Project launched a new Web site. This is just the first step for us as we improve and expand the way we communicate and interact online. In recent years, online communication has become a conversation, a word that is part of our name.
The Public Conversations Project aims to encourage and participate in effective communication. We are naturally positioned to be a valuable participant in conversations that matter in the areas of politics, religion, higher education, health care, international development and more. As we enter this space, we hope to reach new people through new media, but we also expect our conversations partners (that's you!) to shape and guide our message.
Please join us as we explore this new branch of communication and conversation. Thus, the Public Conversations Project is excited to introduce our new blog—Words that Matter. As a new feature of our online presence, the blog will be a hub of information and interaction that includes not only our specific work, but also brings together multiple voices speaking about the issues that matter most to us.
We hope you will visit us frequently as we take on this new challenge of creating a hub for conversation and interaction around issues of dialogue and conflict resolution. Add your voice—join us in the conversation!
To learn more about the Public Conversations Project and its work, visit our home page.