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IAP2 Learning Webinar: Charlotte Encore - "Evaluating P2 to Address Historic Disenfranchisement and Empower Communities"

  • 11 Aug 2020
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)
  • online
  • 90


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Local governments around the world increasingly portray their work as “participatory,” but scholars have identified persistent challenges, particularly for historically disenfranchised communities. Successful participatory processes can promote collaborative problem-solving and correct structural inequities, but they can also reinforce existing power inequities and undermine benefits.

There is also the matter of perception: how residents see participatory processes may be different from the way practitioners perceive them. Allison Smith of the City of Louisville, KY, and Daniel DeCaro of the University of Louisville will discuss research into the ways that institutional and systemic racism shapes residents’ perception of a city’s governance practices and look at ways of improving the public participation process.

Please note: this webinar is being held on Zoom. Your registration confirmation email will include the login information.


Rejoignez-nous le mardi 11 août  11h (heure du Pacifique) / 14h (heure de l’Est) pour le webinaire en anglais « Charlotte Encore - Evaluating P2 to Address Historic Disenfranchisement and Empower Communities » avec Allison Smith de la ville de Louisville, KY et Daniel DeCaro de University of Louisville. Vous auriez la chance d'apprendre comment le racisme institutionnel et systémique peut influencer la perception qu'ont les résidents envers les pratiques de gouvernance municipale. En face à ces défis, le webinaire examinera comment améliorer les processus de participation publique.

Ce wébinaire sera présenté via Zoom.

Les webinaires sont gratuits pour les membres de l’AIP2 Canada. Les non-membres peuvent participer au tarif de 50 $ par webinaire.

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