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Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing - Strategies and Analysis
Following up on the June 22nd Nuts and Bolts of AFFH overview with HCD, this meeting will focus on data analysis and land use policies related to segregation patterns and trends in the Bay Area. This webinar will focus on data and analysis for the Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH). ABAG/MTC staff will provide a data checklist and analysis guidance documents that reference key areas of the requirements for AFH analysis.

ABAG/MTC staff has partnered with UC Merced STIR Labs Academics in Residence, for a research project studying the relationship between segregation and land use regulations with the goal of identifying key strategies that can reverse patterns of discrimination, address place-based and self-determinable community development, and ultimately create inclusive communities that offer housing choice to residents of all incomes. Jessica Trounstine, Ph.D is a professor of political science at UC Merced, author of “Segregation By Design,” and the project research lead. She will present portions of her work on segregation and land use analysis with special attention to the Bay Area context. Her team is working ultimately to prepare individual segregation and land use policy reports that can be used directly in the Housing Element for cities.

Jul 13, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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