Developing an Equity Impact Statement
The Praxis Project
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This document gives an explanation of why jurisdictions may wish to measure equity impact, and includes high-level generic examples and sample language for the following components: developing mechanisms for assessing equity impact; amending or revising a jurisdiction's value statements; establish tracking systems, evaluation, and reporting mechanisms that build a body of evidence; adapt a set of normative questions for the legislative process; and develop mechanisms to identify, evaluate and address adverse effects. It includes a list of related resources sorted by topic area.
When to Use
Use this tool if you want to develop mechanisms for evaluating the impact of your agency's policies, programs, or decisions on equity. This tool includes sample language. The resource list on pg. 7 and 8 could be used when looking for resources on very specific policy or topic related to equity.
Things to Consider
This tool contains sample language, but no concrete, on-the-ground examples.
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Practices Addressed by This Resource
|Align programs, resources with organization commitment to health equity|
|Improve data collection, analysis, and use to advance health equity|
|Work at the policy level to advance health equity|