A video about community mapping and participatory GIS

The term Public Participation GIS (PPGIS) was coined at the International Conference on Empowerment,
Marginalization and Public Participation GIS, Santa Barbara, 1998,
for a particular purpose: How GIS technology could support public participation for variety of
possible applications.
A new resource for this topic
has been shared in the resource section of Open Forum on Participatory
Geographic Information Systems and Technologies.

The reportage features interviews with PGIS/P3DM practitioners from around the globe and summarizes the process and outcomes of the event.

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