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NextGen Announces Engagement Strategy Launch

After over two years of hard work, Edmonton’s NextGen is excited to announce the launch of the Engagement Strategy, developed as an initiative challenge by Mayor Stephen Mandel following the 2010 election.  The report, titled Connect, Contribute, Care: Municipal Engagement Recommendations for Edmonton’s Next Generation highlights research, insight from discussions, and recommendations around the area of youth and civic engagement.  This report was developed through partnerships that includes members of the NextGen Committee, the Centre for Public Involvement, Leger Marketing, the City of Edmonton’s Office of Public Engagement, City Hall School, and citizens representing businesses, not-for-profit organizations, community groups, and many other segments of our community.

We are happy to invite you to join NextGen as we present the finished project to the public, and begin the work ahead of helping to implement the recommendations included in the document and thus fostering increased civic engagement in our City.

Join us as we launch Connect, Contribute, Care

Tuesday, September the 17th

12:15 pm – 1:00pm

iHuman building, 9635 102A Avenue.

The program will include speeches from Mayor Mandel, NextGen Committee Co-Chairs, and Engagement Strategy Advisory Committee members Garrett Boyko and Alayne Sinclair.

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