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Communication: A Brief Highlighting Ideas and Examples

Summary: Communication:
A Brief Highlighting Ideas and Examples
The University of Michigan, School of Social Work
Technical Assistance Center
July 10, 2006
Contact Person: Trina Shanks
Best Practice Brief for Communications
Goal: To provide multiple ways and venues to communicate what has been done in the
Good Neighborhoods Initiative, what will be done, and share ideas, concerns,
perspectives, and resources both formally and informally to as broad a representation of
each neighborhood as possible.
This brief describes communication strategies that might be useful for the Skillman Good
Neighborhoods Initiative (GNI), most of which were taken from descriptions of other
comprehensive community initiatives. Some of these are already being done by members
of the GNI team. The list is not meant to be exhaustive or final, but can provide a
starting point for considering a set of communication activities.
Ideas and Options:
1. Public forums
-An opportunity for residents to interact with elected officials and the heads of
public agencies. It will be a venue for the guest to share information and plans,


Source: Awtar, Shorya - Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan


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