Project planning is a multi-faceted and dynamic step in the prevention implementation process, one that can set the stage for continued success and sustainability. Without a robust and agile plan, implementation and sustainability can be negatively impacted, potentially putting a project at risk. This important step goes beyond using the data gathered from community, and ethical analysis of that data. From including a diverse set of voices and experiences, to balancing funder expectations and community defined outcomes, project planning requires a critical lens to ensure ethical practices and equity are embedded throughout. In this session of the series, we will explore various examples of practical planning processes and practices which can have tremendous positive implications for the communities we serve.
After attending, each participant will be able to:
- Understand the value of purposefully seeking and leveraging a diverse set of experiences, types of expertise and community defined outcomes in the planning process.
- Explore examples of successful projects using an equity lens.
- Learn the difference between representation and inclusion in ethical and equitable planning.