Building Healthy, Equitable Communities Webinar Series
Building Healthy, Equitable Communities is a series of Collaborative online trainings for government and community leaders focused on building health equity through policy, law, and community leadership. Each training will highlight:
- The consequences of laws and policies that do not take health equity into account and how communities can respond
- On-the-ground stories and innovations from community health leaders
- Technical tools and resources to support health equity work
- Strategic approaches, implementation, and enforcement
Each training consists of a blog post, webinar, and interactive expert panel. Training topics include:
Building healthy, equitable communities through equitable laws and policies
Healthy children and families
Building healthy, equitable communities through supports for working families
Building healthy, equitable communities through a just food system
Building healthy, equitable communities through comprehensive long-range planning
Building healthy, equitable communities through transforming the school climate
Preemption, public health, and equity – the search for local solutions
Building healthy, equitable communities through community-driven solutions
The health equity and food systems sessions contain rural content. Other sessions are in development. Rural community leaders may register to participate in interactive panels to discuss rural specific information with experts.
The series seeks to engage a wide audience, including:
- Public health lawyers
- Public health staff
- Planning department staff
- School districts
- Health-oriented organizations and coalitions
- Community champions such as teachers, parents, and youth
This webinar series is provided at no cost.
Watch recorded webinars and register for upcoming trainings on the program website.
For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.