- Guides and Training Manuals
Date Published: June 2013
This guide helps frame the entire FHEA discussion in a region. The Fair Housing and Equity Assessment (FHEA) is unique in that the process emphasizes not just data analysis, but also a process of reflection leading to action. Getting to the core of the analysis will require asking questions that 1) reflect upon where current challenges and opportunities exist throughout the region; and 2) position organizations and agencies towards concrete action. In this brief we discuss the different types of questions you will want to consider as you frame conversations with stakeholders in your region.
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