Partners and Resources
Founded in 1950, the Civic Caucus is a group of elder policy leaders currently working to provide information on public affairs in Minnesota, emphasizing highly-focused interviews with public figures, email circulation of summaries of those interviews, and online feedback. Many Civic Caucus members are past leaders of the Citizens League and continue to be active members today.
The Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs is the University of Minnesota's graduate school of public policy and public affairs. The Citizens League cosponsors the Community Connections Calendar
with the Humphrey Institute.
The Minnesota Active Citizenship Initiative (MACI) works to build a new base for policymaking in Minnesota that places the oblication to govern justly and wisely in the role we have as citizens. The Citizens League is the charter member of the MACI Nonprofit Pilot.
89.3 The Current -- Minnesota Public Radio's new music station -- cosponsors the Policy and a Pint®
NAVIGATE is a leadership development program for young adults facing economic, social, legal, and academic barriers to higher education. NAVIGATE's work advances recommendations from the Citizens League's 2009 report on immigrant students and higher education
The Minnesota Idea Open is an effort to create a fun and engaging way for Minnesotans to learn about critical issues affecting the state, develop creative new solutions for addressing those issues and be inspired to act.
The Twin Cities Compass is a unique research collaborative that makes it easier to access critical trends, data and analysis on the issues that matter most to people in the Twin Cities Region. The Citizens League is a governing member of the Steering Committee for the Twin Cities Compass.