Charrette As A Framework Of Equitable Community Engagement with Holly Madill
In this episode, Helen Solomon and Raven Nee interview the director of the National Charrette Institute, Holly Madill, on the charrette process and how it is used for community engagement. They discuss designing and defining equitable community engagement, how to measure success, how to prevent underrepresented communities from being left out of planning processes, and explore in depth how a charrette framework helps create an equitable and inclusive outcome. Tune in to hear more about what goes into a charette and how it can be used in park planning!
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Guest Mini Bio:
Special thanks to Holly Madill. Research, concept, and voices: Raven Nee and Helen Solomon. Intro and Outro voice: Alex Davis. Produced by: Raven Nee.
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