A partnership between the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Toronto
Funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

We train equitable development-focused organizations to expand their reach and impact by using data and narrative.

The Equitable Development Data Insight Training Initiative (EDDIT) offers data analysis and storytelling training to non-profit, community, and government organizations working towards urban equity in small and mid-sized cities in the U.S. and Canada. EDDIT helps organizations refine their narratives and leverage data so that they can make the best possible case for their equitable development work to their community and stakeholders.

Meet our 10 participating site teams! 

Meet the Site Teams

What Is
Equitable Development?

Equitable development is defined as policies, programs, or infrastructure investments that provide opportunities for all by reducing wealth and health disparities, with an intentional focus on disinvested places and communities of color.

The Equitable Development
Data Insight Training Process

Data Analysis Training

Learn how to explore your data, and unlock the meaningful insights that your data contains.

Storytelling Training

Learn how to transform your data into a compelling story that results in actionable change in your community.

Organizational Implementation

Transfer your data analysis and storytelling skills into projects across your organization.

Interested in EDDIT for your organization? Contact info@equitabledev.org for information and pricing. 

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