Civil Rights in Federally Assisted Emergency and Disaster Preparedness and Recovery
This webinar focuses on civil rights compliance in the preparedness and recovery phase of emergencies and disasters. Addressing the needs of the whole community requires planning for the needs of all populations (e.g. limited English proficient individuals, individuals with disabilities, public transit dependent, etc.) in every phase of emergency management.
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