Date(s) - 05/03/2018 - 05/04/2018
8:00 am - 6:30 pm
The Rizzo Center
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health is hosting “Structural Inequalities: An On the Ground View” – A Two-Day Spring Intensive on May 3rd and 4th. The training is designed to provide people with a historic understanding and skills needed to work in partnerships to address these issues. During the two day intensive, participants will 1) Explore the roots of structural inequality, and 2) Discuss real life examples of how to address structural inequalities using both tools of the Community-Based Participatory Research /Approach (CBPR/A) and Community Action Strategies.
Who should attend:
- Individuals and partnerships/organizations
- Foundation representatives
- Government leaders
- Community-Based organizations that are currently engaged in addressing issues of inequality in their community
See a flyer here.
Highlights of the Intensive
Groundwater -In this lively and participatory presentation, organizers from The Race Equity Institute (REI), will use stories and data to present a perspective that racism is fundamentally structural in nature. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces participants to an analysis that most find immediately helpful and relevant.
Tour of Stagville State Historic Site –Located in Durham, NC Historic Stagville comprises the remnants of one of the largest plantations of the pre-Civil War South.This experience will serve as a ‘real world’ experience in the realities of the United States. It will be a time of stepping back into time to capture a glimpse of the duality of experiences where inequity, lack of diversity and inclusion are an everyday occurrence. The tour will be followed with a debriefing session.
Strategies for Leadership, Transformation and Equity: Using the Tools of the Community-Based Participatory Research Approach (CBPR/A) -Licensed practitioners, non-profit organizations, funding agencies, clinicians, researchers and communities are increasingly calling for collaborative models that involve intended beneficiaries in planning, organizing, bringing about, and sustaining community transformation. Collaboration can be challenging, however, given the different cultures, structures, priorities, leadership, power, policies and practices of community, clinic and agency stakeholders. CBPR/A offers a useful approach that can support collaborative efforts in multiple domains, not just research and bring community transformation.
Previous Participant Testimonials
“PLEASE continue to offer these intensives. It was so powerful and an honor to be in the presence of these people to collectively think and re-think structural inequalities in our lives and work.”
“You all did an awesome job of creating a safe space for people to openly and honestly have frank question. I greatly appreciated the opportunity to have difficult but fulfilling conversations.”
“Very provoking speakers. Highly recommend this to everyone, not only public health or healthcare professionals.”
Registration fee is $520 and includes:
- Morning break service, lunch, and dinner on May 3rd
- Break service, and lunch on May 4th
- Transportation to event sites
- Training materials
Student discounts are available.
*DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH*