Orientation and Training

While each Local Dialogue will be unique, they all will include the same roles for attendees: conveners, curators, facilitators, and participants.

The people fulfilling the roles of convener, curator and facilitator are critical to the success of a Local Dialogue. The greater their skills, knowledge and confidence, the further the Dialogue can go in addressing the demanding challenges of hunger, nutrition, and health in America.

These self-directed orientation and training videos are available to provide those filling these key roles with information that outlines how to organize and execute safe, informative Local Dialogues.

An Introduction to the Good Food Dialogues

Informing the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

The Experience

The Standard Dialogue Methodology

The Importance of Diversity and Inclusion

The Skill of Facilitation

The Art of Curation and Tying it all Together

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