The Engaged Scholarship Faculty Committee presents
How and Why Memphians are Making Children their #1 Policy Priority
Interested in children’s rights, government transparency, effective representation, or BIG change in Memphis?
Then come see how local government decision making will change in big ways thanks to a new and improved policy decision aid: SHELBY Child Impact Assessment.
Friday, March 23rd, 12-1 PM, 307 Jones Hall
Michael Schmidt, Director
Center for Multimedia Arts
SHELBY is a web-based decision app used by Shelby County and Memphis governments to develop, modify, and judge proposals concerning safety, health, education, and land use. Come learn how you and your organization can now use SHELBY’s latest version to promote informed consideration for children, youth, and families by literally interfacing with government planners and officials on their proposed resolutions and ordinances.
The University of Memphis