As the saying goes, a picture tells a thousand words! IAP2 Australasia’s first photography competition aims to highlight authentic engagement in action and provide you with an opportunity to share the unique and important work engagers do, every day.
Mental Health Beds Expansion Program submitted by Victorian Health Building Authority. Codesigning the future of Victoria’s mental healthcare facilities.
At the 2021 IAP2 Australasian Conference, Articulous shared a planning framework to support equity in public engagement and participatory processes. Developed by Alice Sherring and Amanda Newbery, the framework strives to achieve equitable outcomes by enabling inclusive, diverse and equitable representation in engagement processes.
A Dialogic Approach to Stakeholder Engagement – Enabling a health system to deepen relationships, learning and performance using high-tech, high-touch engagements.
The pandemic has disrupted the world in many unforeseen ways; overturning existing ways of being, doing and thinking. Workplaces have been one of the hardest hit with employees working remotely for an extended period of time, devoid of connection, and community. This coupled with social distancing and everchanging guidelines on group gatherings have made engagement practically unsafe and unlawful.
IAP2 Australasia would simply not be where it is today without the significant and ongoing contribution of a small, and dedicated, group of members.
Rail Projects Victoria, CPB Contractors and Design Jam collaborated to deliver a co-design opportunity to the community of Stratford in Victoria, to design a range of improvements to Apex Park as part of the Gippsland Line Upgrade.
There’s still time to apply for the 2022 IAP2 Core Values Awards, and to give you some inspiration, here are three more honorees from the Class of ‘21.
The Christchurch Northern Corridor was a four year project managed by an Alliance that includes Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, Christchurch City Council, Jacobs, Aurecon and Fulton Hogan.