National HIA Meeting 2012 Ensuring Equity in HIAs

National HIA Meeting 2012 Ensuring Equity in HIAs

OVERVIEW

In this session, presenters will discuss the core value of equity in the practice of HIAs, identify strategies for operationalizing equity in HIA, present examples of HIAs where this has been done successfully, and discuss some of the challenges and opportunities with including equity effectively in HIAs.

Moderator/Presenter: Shireen Malekafzali, PolicyLink (PDF)

Jonathan Heller, Human Impact Partners

Implementing Equity in a Multitude of HIAs: Reflections on Personal Experiences (PDF)

Rajiv Bhatia, San Francisco Department of Public Health

A Vision for HIAs to Promote Equity: Challenges & Opportunities in Achieving This Vision (PDF)

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