Toward More Inclusive Charrettes

While charrettes have traditionally been highly participatory, charrette practitioners like to think they are an inclusive form of public engagement. But there is always room for improvement. If we want inclusive processes, we have to recognize our continued need to expand our own understanding across differences. This series is about gaining awareness about bias so that we can build lasting relationships and trust with stakeholders and conduct more inclusive charrettes.

Dionardo Pizana and Eric Walcott Webinar

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