The truth is digital engagement was a vital tool for inclusion before and only grew in scope during the pandemic.
It’s been just over a year since the nationwide Stay-at-Home order and the PRR team moving to a fully virtual environment. Who’s tired of hearing about pivots, virtual-this-and-that, and lawyers with cat faces? Ok–so we’re not tired of the face filter yet. The truth is digital engagement was a vital tool for inclusion before and only grew in scope during the pandemic. In 2020, we helped our clients reach people on a variety of projects in a variety of ways that resulted in meaningful participation during a difficult time:
As we reflect back, there were a few themes reinforced by the limitations of digital engagement during the pandemic:
While the pandemic changed our lives and how we engage with one another, it’s been more of a catalyst than a pivot for a hard look at digital engagement. Our PRR team is committed to learning and growing our practice in collaboration with our communities as the future unfolds.
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