|Freedom 21 Workshop 2002|
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in the 21st century
Dr. Michael Coffman
Freedom 21 Regional Workshop
Global Governance and Local Policy
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This workshop is different from the conferences we have held in the past. Our conferences present an array of speakers in 30-minute presentations. Attendee participation is limited.
This workshop provides seven 90-minute sessions, which focus on very specific issues. Attendee participation is encouraged. One entire session is provided expressly for attendee participation.
This workshop is designed to advance, with the help of participants, the development of a national, coordinated program of activities to enhance the effectiveness of all grassroots organizatons. Every local, state, and national organization should be represented in Nashville.
Friday, July 19 -
10:am - Exhibit table set up
11:am - Registration Open
1:pm - Session 1 - How we got here, Historic Overview -
2:30 pm - Break
3:pm - Introduction of National Action Plans (From Alamogordo meeting, May 31)
These presentations introduce the draft Action Plans in your registration packet, which, together, will help you prepare for the discussion sessions on Saturday.
6:pm - Barbeque Dinner (Included in registration)
7:30 pm - Session 3 - Local Impact -
Saturday, July 20-
8:am - Registration open
8:30 am - Session 3 - Agenda 21, "Smart Growth," and Water Control
9:45 am - Tom McDonnell will lead this session in a technical review of water policy - from its international source, to policies currently being implemented by federal, state, and local governments.
10:30 am - Session 5 - Organizing for effective local response
11:30 am - Washington Watch - Mike Hardiman
Noon - Lunch on your own
1:30 pm -Session 6 - Details and Discussion of Action Plans
3:pm - Break
3:30 pm - Session 7 - Continuing Development of Action Plans
4:30 pm - Conclusions and Final Remarks
5:pm - Adjourn
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