Citizenship & Public Good Pillar

School of Athens

Productive and informed engagement in community life and service to the public good are hallmarks of good citizenship. Yet social and fiscal pressures have weakened many of the institutions that traditionally produced citizens dedicated to community service and the public good. The Citizenship & the Public Good Pillar delivers programs designed to shape and educate future community leaders commited to the public good. The Pillar includes the Ethics and Servant Leadership Program, the Institute for Human Rights, the CREATE program, the Emory Integrity Project (E.I.P.) and the Ethics Minor.

The Citizenship & the Public Good pillar collaborate with numerous units of Emory University including: the Office of Sustainability Initiatives, the Rollins School of Public Health, and Student Life. Community partners include: the Center for Civil and Human Rights, CARE International, the Southeastern Council of Foundations, Global Growers, numerous refugee serving agencies, adn the Anti-Defamation League.