HIP’s 2022 Year in Review offers a look back at what we accomplished in the past year, and some of the key lessons we learned along the way.
This report outlines our year’s work of strengthening relationships, deepening our fight against structural racism and power imbalances, and forging a social contract grounded in equity and healing.
Why bother with this kind of last-year inventory? Looking back at our work allows us to sense patterns about our organization, the field, and our movements, so that we can foresee the big opportunities and threats that are coming.
Reflecting on the past year, one thing is clear: We are approaching a tipping point in public health’s commitment to building power with communities. We are in a norming, forming, and catalyzing moment. And we’re ready and excited to use all of our collective skills, tools, and relationships to build toward a world where all people can live freely and fully.
In the report, you’ll find:
- An overview of 2022 by the numbers
- Highlights from across our program areas, including:
- Policy and Organizing
- Bridging Partnerships and Strategies
- Capacity Building
- Communications and Narrative
- Operations and Organizational Growth
- Key learnings that will guide our work in the year ahead
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