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Additional Legislative Issues

Additional Legislative Issues

WOMEN'S LEGISLATIVE NETWORK

Women LegislatorsThe Women's Legislative Network is the professional organization that includes every female state legislator in the fifty states, territories, and D.C. Their mission is to promote the participation, empowerment, and leadership of women legislators.

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LEADERS' CENTER

leadersThe Leaders' Center assists legislative leaders in meeting challenges of managing the institution, crafting public policy, creating consensus out of dissension, and communicating with Congress and administration officials.

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REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY

flagThe Trust for Representative Democracy is a civic education campaign to engage citizens and enhance their understanding of America's democratic institutions by promoting civic engagement and dispeling cynicism towards government.

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PROMOTING DIVERSITY

diversityAs our nation becomes increasingly diverse, legislative workplaces must attract the best and brightest candidates and reflect the diversity of all walks of American life. See NCSL's guide to implementing diversity programs.

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OVERVIEW | ADDITIONAL LEGISLATIVE ISSUES


NCSL helps strengthen legislatures by providing services and research about the legislative institution, processes and procedures, elections, civic education, ethics and more. Here you will find information about specialized programs and publications for legislators and legislative staff, designed to assist you in your complex roles as public servants.

Learn more about the Center for Ethics in Government, Leaders’ Center, Women’s Legislative Network, International Programs, the Trust for Representative Democracy and Legislators Back to School Program. For more information, contact NCSL's Legislative Managment Program.

 
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