- Guides and Training Manuals
Date Published: April 2013
In this table, you will find examples of the different types of stakeholders that could be included in the FHEA and what assets they bring. You will also find information on the kinds of data they are likely to have access to, questions they can help with in the deliberation process, and policies or programs they could implement to increase access to opportunity and promote fair housing. This is not meant to be a checklist, but rather a tool for brainstorming potential stakeholders that will amplify the success of the FHEA. Keep in mind that not every region will necessarily include all of these players; however, many may play a vital role in ensuring better outcomes for historically marginalized communities, even those players that have not been traditionally active in the fair housing field.
Keywords: guide; FHEA
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