Centering Equity in Collective Impact Webinar

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2021 was a milestone year for those working in collective impact—10 years ago, the article “Collective Impact,” was published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review. This article helped codify practices from successful collaborations that were working toward long-term population and system-level change.

In the decade since this publication, a lot has happened in the collective impact field, and collaboratives around the world have grown and evolved their practice to better support their communities’ needs.

We mark this milestone in a virtual coffee discussion that explores lessons learned over this decade. We focus on sharing an updated definition of collective impact and a set of key strategies to help collective impact efforts center equity in their work. The discussion featured a subset of the co-authors of the recent article Centering Equity in Collective Impact.

Download Presentation: Click on the download link on the right of this page to access a copy of the presentation.

SESSION SPEAKERS

Joining this discussion are:

  • Jennifer Splansky Juster, Executive Director, Collective Impact Forum
  • John Kania, Founder and Executive Director, Collective Change Lab
  • Paul Schmitz, Senior Advisor, Collective Impact Forum
  • Junious Williams, Senior Advisor, Collective Impact Forum

RELATED AND REFERENCED RESOURCES

Some resources that relate to this discussion or were referenced in the discussion chat include:

Article: Centering Equity in Collective Impact

Series: Collective Impact, 10 Years Later

Podcast: Strategies to Support Centering Equity in Collective Impact

Article: Bringing an Anti-Racist Approach to Collective Impact

Article: Centering Racial Justice and Grassroots Ownership in Collective Impact

Resource: A New Framework to Measure the Impact of Systems

Webinar: Evaluating Systems Change Efforts: Where to Start

Resource: Evaluating Systems Change at the Tamarack Institute

Tool: Outcome Mapping

 

 

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