Best Practices for Using Technology in Engaging Underrepresented Communities in Planning

Best Practices for Using Technology in Engaging Underrepresented Communities in Planning

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“Civic Technologies” are gaining increasing interest as a way to engage hard-to-reach populations in community planning and decision-making. Low income people, as well as people of color, immigrants, people with limited English proficiency, and youth are often un- or underrepresented in these processes.

PlaceMatters, with support from the Ford Foundation, has collected best practices examples in a resource: “Engagement Tech for All: Best Practices in the Use of Technology in Engagement Underrepresented Communities in Planning”.

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