Equitable Communities | Special Session

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This session explores approaches to building and financing more equitable communities by exploring different real-life examples. Panelists present the tools and frameworks for community engagement, progressive policies and new approaches to financing equitable community growth and maintaining community ownership e.g. Community Land Trusts (CLTs) and green banks. CLTs will explored from a policy and experiential point of view.

Learning objectives

  • Explore approaches to building and financing more equitable communities by exploring different real life examples.
  • Understand the tools and frameworks to help create more dynamic community engagement.
  • Discuss progressive policies and new approaches on how we can finance equitable community growth.
  • Explain what CLT's are and explore their policies and experiential point of view.

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1.50 LUs
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  • Line Algoed headshot

    Line Algoed

    Urban anthropologist

    PhD researcher & teaching assistant, Cosmopolis Centre for Urban Research | Vrije Universiteit Brussel

    Line Algoed is an urban anthropologist specializing in urban planning, housing and community...
  • Carlos Claussell Headshot

    Carlos Claussell

    Senior Program Officer, U.S. Program team | Institute for Sustainable Communities

    Carlos Claussell is a Senior Program Officer on the Institute for Sustainable Communities’ U.S....
  • R. Denise Everson headshot

    R. Denise Everson

    Associate AIA, LEED AP

    Partner | CURE Architects

    R. Denise Everson has a passion for architectural and interior design which is both sustainable and...
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    Brett Theodos

    Senior Fellow and Director, Community Economic Development Hub | The Urban Institute.

    Brett Theodos is a senior fellow and director of the Community Economic Development Hub at the...