The moment we have been waiting for…

The finalists for the 2019 Core Values Awards have been announced.

First, we would like to say thank you to all those that entered this year. We had an overwhelming amount of entries for the 2019 awards and our judges had a tough time selecting our finalists.

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.

This year’s Core Values Awards winners will be announced at the 2019 IAP2 Australasia Community and Stakeholder Engagement Conference: “Engagement Unlocked” during the Core Values Awards Gala Dinner, Wednesday 30 October at the Novotel, Brighton Beach, in Sydney, New South Wales.

Every finalist will be recognised on the night so we hope you can join us at this very special dinner as we celebrate and showcase great achievements in the field of community and stakeholder engagement. In fact, why not plan to attend the entire conference? You can register on the link below, or if you would like to purchase a ticket for the Core Values Awards Gala Dinner only, please email Ozaccom+: ozaccom@ozaccom.com.au.

Congratulations to our finalists:

Submission Organisation
A creative way of engaging the community: What does dying well look like and how can we help people achieve this? North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN), MosaicLab and Deliberately Engaging
Blacktown Native Institution GHD, Landcom, Blacktown Arts Centre, Blacktown City Council, C3West and the Dharug Strategic Management Group
Borroloola Water Treatment System Upgrade Power and Water Corporation
Brimbank Young Citizen’s Jury Brimbank City Council
Building Bayswater The City of Bayswater and Shape Urban
City Futures Innovation City of Logan, Delos Delta and Articulous
Connecting our communities – NSW TrainLink Regional trial coach services NSW TrainLink
Dengue Out Program Northern Peninsula Area Cape York Qld Working Visions
Developing an Evidence-Based Community Engagement Framework for Risk Reduction Fire and Rescue New South Wales
Discover Cumberland Cumberland Council
Doing it with us, not for us – a whole of business approach to customer centric engagement Queensland Urban Utilities
East Fremantle Oval Revitalisation Town of East Fremantle and GHD
Fishermans Bend Framework communications and engagement program Fishermans Bend Taskforce (Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions) with RPS Group
Koala Conservation City of Gold Coast
Jemena People’s Panel Jemena and Capire
Jetty Road, Glenelg – Water Main Upgrade SA Water
Let’s Talk… Central Coast Council
Matagarup Bridge – a new Perth icon Main Roads WA and Swan River Pedestrian Bridge Alliance
Nepean Hospital Stage 1 Redevelopment Health Infrastructure and Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District
NorthConnex RMS, Transurban and Lendlease Bouygues Joint Venture
Omaroro Reservoir Wellington Water Limited
Plan your Brisbane Brisbane City Council and Articulous
Refresh Woolloomooloo Sydney Water Corporation, Diona and GHD
Stones Corner Precinct – Hanlon Park Concept Plan Brisbane City Council and AECOM Australia Pty Ltd
Stony Creek Recovery and Rehabilitation Melbourne Water
The Healthy Waterways Strategy: A co-design approach to refreshing the Healthy Waterways Strategy Melbourne Water
The HOW Team Renew Brighton and Christchurch City Council
Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) – Nexus Nexus Delivery
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park – Media Industry Guidelines True North Strategic Communication
VicRoads – Committed to the Core Values for Public Participation & Putting our customers and community first Department of Transport (VicRoads)
Wentworth to Broken Hill Pipeline Project W2BH (John Holland, MPC Kinetic and WaterNSW)

 

To register for the 2019 IAP2 Australasia Conference visit: iap2conference.com.au. Or if you would like to purchase a ticket for the Core Values Awards Gala Dinner only, please email Ozaccom+ via ozaccom@ozaccom.com.au.