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Communities and Consequences II - Public Policy and Legislation

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Series

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New Hampshire PBS and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health present a series of online interactive screenings and discussions of the new documentary COMMUNITIES & CONSEQUENCES II - Rebalancing NH's Human Ecology. The documentary and companion book are a collaborative project of Demographer Peter Francese, writer and former Agriculture Commissioner Lorraine Stuart Merrill and Filmmaker Jay Childs. NHPBS is the presenting station.

The first event takes place on Monday, March 1st from 4-5:30pm in partnership with the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire. The focus of the panel discussion is public policy and legislation.

The film will be followed by a Q & A discussion moderated by Matthew Houde, Vice President Government Relations – Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health with Peter Francese, Demographer and author and David Juvet, Senior Vice President of Public Policy, BIA NH and Sarah Wrightsman, Executive Director of the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast and Housing Coordinator for the Regional Economic Development Center.

The series continues with one-hour focused presentations through October 2021.

  • March 18th 12noon – 1pm Topic: Jobs
  • May 20th 12 noon – 1pm Topic: Workforce Housing and Zoning
  • July 15th 12 noon – 1pm Topic: Compensation, Health Insurance and Family Medical Leave
  • October 7th 12 noon – 1pm Topic: Barriers, Solutions and Collaborations

These free interactive screenings are virtual, where participants watch the documentary (in whole or in part) online, share thoughts, ideas and questions in a chat space, and then have an opportunity to engage in an online Q & A with the panelists and each other.

The event will be hosted on OVEE - https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/mh07s

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