Equitable Collaboration in Action – Mar 17

Posted by University of Virginia on March 16, 2021

The Institute for Engagement & Negotiation will present a workshop on “Equitable Collaboration,” which involves engagement that is trauma-informed, inclusive, responsive, truth-seeking, deliberative, and adaptive.

Learn about local and regional projects that illustrate elements of Equitable Collaboration, including HEARR (Health Equity & Access in Rural Regions), a local grass-roots collaboration to improve access to health in the Scottsville-Esmont (Central Virginia) region; a mediation involving a historic bridge spanning two counties; and the community-based design process for UVA’s Memorial to Enslaved Laborers.

Founded in 1980, the IEN is a public service organization of UVA’s School of Architecture. They work as facilitators and mediators to help communities, agencies, nonprofits and businesses make sustainable decisions through collaborative approaches, in order to sustain communities ecologically, socially and economically. Open to faculty, staff, students, and the public.

Date and Time: March 17, 2021, 12:00-1:00 PM

Click here to register for Equitable Collaboration in Action.

Come spend a lunch break with us. This event is part of the University of Virginia’s Public Service Week, and there are other events open to the public which you can browse here.

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