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Participatory Action Research as a Transformative Pathway to Progressive Planning and Policymaking

Please join Professor Juan Camilo Osorio and the Pratt Disaster Resilience Network, in partnership with The New School, for our spring 2021 event series, Communities Beyond Crisis. In this five-part series, created in part to build upon the GCPE course "Planning for Disaster: Crisis, Social Movements and The City" we will be discussing the ethical, political and technical opportunities and challenges associated with planning for disaster risk reduction and recovery. Special emphasis will be placed on the prospect and implications of participatory action research, the contribution of grassroots women leaders in disaster situations the Movement for Black Lives against racist disaster recovery practices and the experience of immigrant and indigenous communities in the recovery process.

This first event will feature Dayna Cunningham speaking about Participatory Action Research in the context of disaster relief.

This event is open to the public. Live Spanish translation will be provided. For questions, please contact us at tedc@newschool.edu