Three leaders driving change in their communities and systems discuss what it means to center community in ways that recognize, respect and authentically engage people, knowledge and power. Panelists share what this looks like when done well and the common mistakes systems and organizations make when trying to engage community voice.
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In this webinar recording, our speakers pull back the curtain on a system that too often undermines the wellbeing of responders, telecommunicators and people facing emergencies to illuminate what a wellbeing-oriented emergency response system might look like.
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Learn how changing procurement processes within governments can help us tackle systemic inequities and shift how funding reaches communities who are doing transformational work.