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When talking engagement, we often discuss designing processes to ensure less-heard-from voices are heard. This is incredibly important, but it only addresses the fair distribution of one element of equity—opportunity—among community members.
On-Demand Webinar: Equitable public engagement – Navigating power when engaging underrepresented populations
How do we integrate an equity lens into our engagement planning in a way that ensures the community members who give their time and energy to our engagement processes are as empowered as possible?
In both community planning and public health, equity is rooted in social justice and the desire for fairness and equal opportunities for all community members. Read on to learn more about the different understandings of equity in these fields.
By promoting self-care as a primary means of maintaining health and well-being, we forget that not everyone in our community has access to the time, space and sometimes money that are required to perform self-care.