Strategic Alliances for a Successful 2030 Census

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Building a robust and lasting coalition is pivotal for census success. As we move toward 2030, organizations like the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights exemplify how to sustain these vital alliances.

Why How Key Stakeholders
Long-term coalition building ensures continuous engagement and commitment, amplifying census impact. The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, post-2020 Census, strategized ways to keep their coalition active. They initiated regular meetings, collaborative events, and resource sharing to maintain momentum. Community-Based Organizations

Local Governments



Next Steps for Stakeholders

CBOs Local Governments Businesses
1. Develop a long-term engagement plan for your coalition. 1. Foster relationships with census coalition members. 1. Stay committed to coalition goals and activities.
2. Schedule regular meetings and events to keep members informed and motivated. 2. Attend and actively participate in coalition meetings and events. 2. Collaborate with other coalition members on joint projects.
3. Share resources and best practices within the coalition. 3. Allocate resources to support coalition initiatives. 3. Dedicate resources to census-related initiatives and campaigns.


Deep Dive: The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights’ sustained coalition effort ensured that census outreach remained a top priority, leading to higher participation rates in historically undercounted communities.

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