1. Fiji Community Development Programme

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    A project by WWF Pacific enabling communities to protect their marine resources. The organization works with coastal communities in Mali district, Fiji to find alternative livelihoods, train and equip fish wardens and provide business training for women in the community. The programme is funded by Ausaid.

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    • Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción Relaunch Video

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      Filming and content editing on a marketing piece for the relaunch of the nonprofit Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción. More information at http://www.ibaboston.org/ Created in partnership with Moira Studio http://www.moirastudio.com/

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      • MTUG 11/12/2014 Webinar 3: Community Broadband Planning

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        What are the decisions and challenges in planning broadband growth for communities? With ever-increasing demand for cloud-based recreational, government, retail and corporate services to be delivered over the web multiple devices per customer, the pressure is on for communities to grow their capacities for this essential data highway. This webinar will feature a variety of speakers with unique perspectives about the challenges and decisions behind community broadband planning. The panel will feature brief presentations from: - Aaron Paul of Tilson Technologies - Phil Lindley of the ConnectME Authority - Page Clason of Islesboro - Fletcher Kittredge of GWI

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        • Play On Penn Short Review 1

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          This video is the work of North Minneapolis-based creative, D. A. Bullock of Bully Creative. Bully Creative contributed to Play on Penn by documenting community members’ experiences and desires for Penn Avenue at Play on Penn and other community events. Play on Penn aims to create an attractive destination for community-building, and is an opportunity to demonstrate the future possibilities of the Penn Avenue corridor. Play on Penn was presented by the West Broadway Business and Area Coalition and the Musicant Group in conjunction with Penn Avenue Community Works, a collaboration between Hennepin County, the City of Minneapolis and Metro Transit, to support the Penn Avenue communities’ efforts to realize their vision for transportation access, economic opportunity and improved quality of life.

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          • The Humanitarian Engineer (trailer) mk II

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            We've all heard about Doctors Without Borders, and the legal profession is well known for its pro bono work. But what does it mean to be a humanitarian engineer? Featuring interviews and personal stories, The Humanitarian Engineer is a celebration of engineering, its diversity and its power to enrich the human condition. Visit the-humanitarian-engineer.com.

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            • Veterans Rental Housing: Making Home Affordable For Those Who Have Served Us

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              P.A.S.T.O.R.S., Inc. is a Non-Profit developer of affordable housing and Economic Development projects. This video highlights the continuation of its Veterans Affordable Housing Initiative. These apartments were developed for the Wallingford Presbyterian Church. Financial support was provided by The City of Charleston, Wells Fargo Foundation, The Home Depot Foundation, The Presbyterian Church, and Wells Fargo Bank. This project is being rented exclusively to Veterans earning 60% or less of the Charleston Area Median Income. The project is located at 711 King Street in Charleston, South Carolina.

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              • Red Cloud -- Investing in Hometown Heritage

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                Acclaimed author Willa Cather grew up in Red Cloud, Nebraska and based many of her characters on real people she encountered in her youth. Today Red Cloud is using philanthropy as a means to invest in the Willa Cather heritage as an important hometown asset.

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                • San Augustine, Texas - Next Step Ministries

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                  Join Next Step Ministries on a mission trip to San Augustine, Texas and help build and repair homes alongside community members.

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                  • Inclusionary/Integrated Housing 2 of 2: Community Development 12.15.14

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                    Mandatory Inclusionary Housing: Issues and Opportunities at the Building Level The Mayor plans to implement mandatory inclusionary housing as part of his housing plan to create 80,000 new units and to preserve 120,000 existing units of affordable housing. The panel will discuss how alternative inclusionary housing policies and concerns affect the central issue: how to deliver the most numbers of units of affordable housing— and how are strategies affected by issues such as Ownership vs Rental, Separate Doors vs Separate Buildings vs Separate Sites, Single-use vs Mixed-use Buildings, and Differing Socio-Economic Contexts? This building-focused panel is the second of two events. It will look at ongoing projects that are facing this challenge. The first event on 11/24 will focuses on a community planning-based case study and related issues. Panelists Include: Ethel Sheffer, FAICP, Principal, Insight Associates; Member, Community Board 7 Josiah Madar, Research Affiliate, NYU Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy Gary Handel, AIA, Handel Architects LLP Ed Wallace Esq., Greenberg Traurig, LLP Moderators: Mark Ginsberg, FAIA, LEED AP, Partner, Curtis + Ginsberg Architects Ernie Hutton, FAICP, Assoc AIA, Principal, Hutton Associates Inc.; Co-Chair, AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee Organized by: AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee, AIANY Housing Committee, AIANY Codes Committee, and APA Metro Chapter

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                    • Inclusionary/Integrated Housing 1 of 2: Community Development 11.24.14

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                      From the community planning perspective, how can we maximize the planning objectives of mixed-income, mixed-density, and equity? How are strategies affected by issues such as available land, community concerns, market considerations, and development economics? How can the City initiative to create thousands of units of affordable housing dovetail with neighborhood community-based planning to create a genuine collaborative process? This topic, on both a philosophical and a practical level, is very important right now as policies and programs to create 80,000 new units and to preserve 120,000 existing units of affordable housing are being put in place. The NYC Department of City Planning has made East New York, Brooklyn, a priority pilot program. This low-income community planning case study and panel is the first of two events. The second event (on 12/15/14) will focus on affordable housing within a market rate Manhattan-based building complex. Speakers: Winston von Engel, Director, NYC Department of City Planning Brooklyn Office Shai Lauros, Director of Community Development, Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation Adam Weinstein, President and CEO, Phipps Houses Max Weselcouch, Director, Moelis Institute for Affordable Housing Policy, NYU Furman Center Moderators: Ethel Sheffer, FAICP, Principal, Insight Associates Ernie Hutton, Assoc. AIA, FAICP, Principal, Hutton Associates Inc.; Co-Chair, AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee Organized by: AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee, AIANY Housing Committee, AIANY Codes Committee, and APA Metro Chapter

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