Every last Thursday of the month, the CC4DR hosts a webinar for its member cities to present their ongoing work, engage in discussions and exchange best practices on topics related to Digital Rights.
23rd of September – 17:00-18:00 CET – Community Engagement
The City of San José’s Mayor’s Office of Technology and Innovation (MOTI) launched a community engagement strategy for the City’s Data Equity project.
The team understands that quantitative data works best in partnership with qualitative feedback.
‘After completing our data analyses, we turn outward, engaging with residents and community stakeholders to help build policy recommendations that will improve City services.’
This presentation will by given by Christopher Maximos: As part of the Data Equity team within The City of San Jose's Mayor's Office of Technology and Innovation (MOTI), Christopher developed a citywide engagement strategy that contacted 300+ and reached over 50 nonprofits, educational organizations, and faith-based organizations for their opinion on the Parks & Recreation department's childcare programs. The community engagement culminated in policy roundtables with the partners and a set of 16 administrative and policy recommendations, which were presented to the Mayor of San Jose.
Join and learn more about this community engagement process within the City of San Jose!
Share the experiences and approaches from your city, to spark the discussion on lessons learned.