A public forum, also called an open forum, is open to all expression that is protected under the public charter. Streets, parks, and sidewalks are considered open to public discourse by tradition and are designated as traditional public forums. The government creates a designated public forum when it intentionally opens a nontraditional forum for public discourse. Limited public forums, such as municipal meeting rooms, are nonpublic forums that have been specifically designated by the government as open to certain groups or topics. Traditional public forums cannot be changed to nonpublic forums by governments.
Learning is an ongoing process in different fields of evolutionary existence. We do not hesitate while being open minded to grasp different mentalities and thought processes, to understand the relevance of conceptual journey of wisest thoughts. Thus we securely and more prudently confer our thoughts in front of general public, in a way that could make them more appealing and acceptable. In same regards, we are introducing our missionary process to attract people’s trust and confidence with us and to move forward with absolute positive approach and becoming the global trendsetters.
The use of public forums generally cannot be restricted based on the content of the speech expressed by the user. Use can be restricted based on content, however, if the restriction passes a strict scrutiny test for a traditional and designated forum or the reasonableness test for a limited forum. Also, public forums can be restricted as to the time, place and manner of speech.