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2016 Impact Summit - XIIth International Conference of the Community Indicators Consortium
GPS for Well-being: Navigating Data for Sustainable, Equitable Communities 
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Monday, September 26 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Building Partnerships for Community Wellbeing: 1) Partnering around Pennsylvania SNAP-Ed Participatory Asset Mapping; 2) Community Power Assessment Tool and the Examination of its Cross-Cultural Relevance

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Two presentations on building partnerships for community wellbeing

1) Partnering around Pennsylvania SNAP-Ed Participatory Asset Mapping (Roberts)
The Food Trust has undertaken a participatory asset mapping project in order to address the questions of how to best reach SNAP eligible residents with our SNAP-Ed programming and have program staff learn about the communities within which they work. Program staff interviewed community members to better understand how they define their communities. Through the execution of the project, new partnerships were formed and patterns were seen in how far community members were willing to travel for different activities. The presentation will review our process for developing the project, how it was executed and analysis from our data.

2) Community Power Assessment Tool and the Examination of its Cross-Cultural Relevance (Imata/Kuroda)  The Great East Japan Earthquake and the nuclear accident in 2011 prompted all of us to contemplate what is sustainable society and how we achieve one. Efforts across Japan to promote local revitalization and sustainable development are taking place in light of the serious decline of rural communities. Since 2013, CSO Network Japan (CSONJ) has been hosting forums to identify common factors that lead to the manifestation of “community power.” CSONJ has developed CPAT (Community Power Assessment Tool) as a participatory, self-assessment tool for community residents to measure the “community power.” Through these efforts, CSONJ hopes to contribute to the larger discussion of sustainable society and related initiatives (such as “circular economy” and the “great transition”) in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Moderator
avatar for Craig Helmstetter

Craig Helmstetter

Senior Research Manager, Wilder Research
As a Senior Research Manager Craig oversees a research unit of 15 staff, who focus on data-driven projects including: the Compass quality of life initiative, which provides information on an array of topics relating to the region's well-being; Minnesota's Homeless Management Information... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Katsuji Imata

Katsuji Imata

Board Chair, CSO Network Japan
Katsuji has a 24-year experience in nonprofit management with a focus on civil society strengthening in Japan, the US and globally. Currently, he serves as Board Chair of CSO Network Japan and Vice Char of Japan NPO Center. Other leadership capacities Katsuji has include Managing... Read More →
avatar for Kaori Kuroda

Kaori Kuroda

Executive Director, CSO Network Japan
Kaori Kuroda is the Executive Director of CSO Network Japan. She also serves as Japan Director of the Asia Foundation based on the partnership arrangement between the Foundation and CSO Network Japan. Her work encompasses doing research on the issue relating to civil society, participating... Read More →
avatar for Chantal Roberts

Chantal Roberts

Research and Evaluation Coordinator, The Food Trust
Chantal works to evaluate the impact of The Food Trust’s programming with a focus on geospatial analytics.



Monday September 26, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Angle 8th Fl

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