2021 Core Values Awards Finalists
Can we have a drum roll please…it’s time to announce the 2021 Core Values Awards finalists…
Firstly, we would like to thank all those that entered the awards this year.
We can’t wait to see who our winners are – to be announced at our virtual gala awards ceremony in October. Stay tuned for more information on how you can attend.
The IAP2 Australasia Core Values Awards recognise outstanding projects and organisations that are at the forefront of community engagement. Successful applicants demonstrate leading practice and evidence that IAP2’s seven Core Values are clearly embedded within their organisations.
Congratulations to our finalists:
|Watts our energy future: the power of engagement||Ausgrid|
|Meters gained – Barwon Water partners with Birregurra community||Barwon Water|
|Victoria Park Project – Vision Engagement||Brisbane City Council|
|Developing the City of Cockburn’s Climate Change Strategy||City of Cockburn Town Team Movement|
|democracyCo & SA Health: Multicultural communities stopping a pandemic in its tracks!||Department of Health South Australia|
|Aboriginal Development Managers: bringing Aboriginal culture and knowledge into the heart of land development in Western Australia||DevelopmentWA; Karda Designs; Gundi Consulting; Yunga Foundation; Brave and Curious|
|Whakahekerau – Rakiātea Rautaki Tai: A community’s vision for a resilient coast||Dunedin City Council WSP|
|Level Crossing Removal Project||Level Crossing Removal Project|
|Logan Community Vision||Logan City Council, Articulous|
|Apex Park Co-design||Rail Projects Victoria, CPB Contractors and Design Jam|
|Mental Health Beds Expansion Program||Victorian Health Building Authority|
|Christchurch Northern Corridor motorway project by CNC Alliance||Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, Christchurch City Council, Fulton Hogan, Aurecon and Jacobs|
|Te Ara Tupua – partnering with iwi mana whenua to connect two cities||Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency|
|Playground adventurers of Omokoroa are proud of their new fantastical playground – How Omokoroa’s playground adventurers and Council came together to co-design the new Omokoroa Domain Playground||Western Bay of Plenty|
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