Presented by Daniel DeCaro, Ph.D. and Allison Smith, Ph.D.
This workshop will discuss methods for assessing perceptions of "participation" and "empowerment" during public engagement events in racially marginalized communities. This session will also provide recommendations for meaningful public engagement and inform how to improve the public participation process to better empower these communities
Based on the content of this workshop, attendees will be able to:
About the Presenters:
Daniel DeCaro, Ph.D.
Dr. DeCaro is an Assistant Professor at the University of Louisville in the Department of Urban and Public Affairs and Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. His research focuses on participatory democracy, sustainability, and the interdisciplinary psychology of motivation and decision-making involved in societal cooperation and governance.
Allison Smith, Ph.D.
Dr. Smith is Community Engagement Strategist and Brownfields Program Manager in the Office of Advanced Planning for Louisville Metro Government, as well as a part-time lecturer in the Biology Department at the University of Louisville. She advises city agencies on effective community engagement and leads a work group focused on improving the city’s outreach to residents. Her research interests include environmental justice and policy, affordable housing, inclusive community engagement in marginalized communities, and climate change effects on aquatic systems
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|Evaluating Public Participation to Address Historic Racial Disenfranchisement and Empower Communities||01:30:00|
|Lesson: Evaluating Public Participation to Address Historic Racial Disenfranchisement and Empower Communities||01:30:00|
|Quiz: Evaluating Public Participation to Address Historic Racial Disenfranchisement and Empower Communities|