Feedback Labs is hosting third annual Feedback Summit on November 2-3, 2017 in Washington, DC. It will bring together leading thinkers, practitioners, funders, and researchers in closing feedback loops in aid and philanthropy. We’ll be sharing our experiences, knowledge, and skills on transforming constituent feedback into power, and exploring feedback loops as tools for building responsive, democratic and accountable governance.
Making All Voices Count will be sharing learning from the programme at Feedback Summit 2017.
Register or pitch your session here.
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