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Balanced Representation

What is Balanced Representation?

Organizers seek to achieve balance in meetings by ensuring people representing differing opinions, perspectives, and interests all have an opportunity to participate. Balance is a requirement for many non-profit and public sector meetings, where organizers must actively seek to include participants who represent diverse interests. For example, an organization working to create safety standards will include people who represent for-profit companies, government agencies, non-profit associations, and consumer groups in their committee meetings.

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Related Glossary Terms
Dominance, Facilitation

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