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      Anti-Oppression & Decision Making: Democratic Process in Organizations in Portland

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      June 11, 2019

      Tuesday   5:00 PM

      6820 Southwest 45th Avenue
      Portland, Oregon 97219

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      Anti-Oppression & Decision Making: Democratic Process in Organizations

      Just and liberatory decision-making protocols are fundamental pillars of equity in an organization or group, ensuring everyone can participate in your mission. However, when we don't attend to decision-making procedures, we may fail to address how power, privilege and oppression impact decision-making process, fail to develop or follow procedures under pressure or skip group decision making altogether. Decision making also tends to be a catchall phrase that actually encompasses many different components of our work in organizations, co-ops, and communities. This workshop will focus on methods of democratic decision making such as: Developing a proposal Consensus Models Overcoming decision making process breakdowns. Come with an idea of how your organization or group makes decisions, and be prepared to share! Please send all accessibility questions and accommodation requests, including requests for translation and interpretation, to no later than May 31st 2019. This event is free to the public and is part of a monthly workshop series. This program was funded by Office of Community & Civic Life’s Constructing Civic Dialogues Program

      Categories: Neighborhood | Politics & Activism

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