About the Institute We are a grassroots, non-partisan, non-profit organization that is building civility in a society that all too often seems tilted toward uncivil speech and actions. The Institute does not endorse any political candidate, nor do we take a position on any issue. We are about process, not positions.
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Merriam-Webster defines civility as “polite, reasonable and respectful behavior.” The first rule of George Washington’s “Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior in Company and Conversation” states that “every action done in company ought to be with some sign of respect to those that are present.”Is incivility in the United States on the rise?
The latest survey on Civility in America finds that 70 percent of respondents believe that incivility in the United States has risen to “crisis” levels. Experts agree that building relationships through social interaction is an effective way to maintain civility.What is ncncsl doing about incivility in America?
NCSL’s Executive Committee adopted a civility accord in 2011. The latest survey on Civility in America finds that 70 percent of respondents believe that incivility in the United States has risen to “crisis” levels. Experts agree that building relationships through social interaction is an effective way to maintain civility.Is civility a political issue?
It is political in the sense that it is a necessary prerequisite for civic action. But it is political, too, in the sense that it is about negotiating interpersonal power such that everyone’s voice is heard, and nobody’s is ignored. And civility begins with us.
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