Call for Ideas on How to Address Political Polarization

The Project on Political Reform is looking for new ideas -- big or small -- on how to mitigate political polarization and/or its damaging repercussions. 

We've compiled a list from various sources:

But we need new creative thoughts.  What's your idea?  Please send it to us.  We are anxious to learn about it.

Submissions should be no more than three pages in length.  All relevant ideas are welcome. They can be refinements or elaborations of ideas on the list we've compiled or they can be completely new (and not yet reflected on the list.)  

Please be sure to reference any relevant research of which you are aware.

The submission form will accept documents in the following formats: txt rtf pdf doc docx odt ppt pptx odp xls xlsx ods

If your idea is especially innovative and compelling, you may be invited to present your idea to interested students and/or faculty at the Harris School of Public Policy.

If you have any questions, please contact PPR Executive Director Marc Farinella at