Participatory GIS, Public Participation and Community Mapping Literature

This website lists a collection of literature related to Participatory GIS (PGIS), Public Participation GIS (PPGIS) and Community Mapping. Participatory GIS and participatory development methods with geo-spatial technologies is an emergent development practice. PGIS combines a range of geo-spatial information management tools and methods such as sketch maps, participatory 3D models, community-based air photo and satellite imagery interpretation, GPS transect walks and GIS-based cognitive mapping. Participatory GIS implies making Geographic Information technologies and Systems (GIT&S) available to disadvantaged groups in society in order to enhance their capacity in generating, managing, analysing and communicating spatial information.

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Explore the compelling stories of immigrant Latinx women and their children in New York City, shedding light on their challenges and triumphs through powerful two to three-minute videos in this collaborative project by Equity for Children, The StoryCenter, and Voces Latinas.
"The Story Circle Project: Latinx Women in Queens," a compelling narrative crafted by Alberto Minujin and Marilyn Kohn. Step into the lives of twenty-four Latinx women in New York City, where their migration tales unfold, revealing the profound challenges and triumphs they faced over a year-long journey

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