2020 Core Values Awards Winner | Sydney Olympic Park Disability Inclusion Engagement
From October 2018 to June 2019, Sydney Olympic Park Authority developed its Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2019/22 for the Sydney Olympic Park precinct. This plan was informed by extensive community engagement on access and inclusion in line with IAP2 core values in both its development and implementation stages till December 2019.
2021 New Zealand Symposium presentations – now available for IAP2 ANZ members to view
Great news for IAP2 ANZ members, we have now opened up the New Zealand Symposium recordings to members. The NZ Symposium brings together engagement practitioners, community development practitioners, communications and marketing professionals and academics to explore the diverse and challenging topic of community and stakeholder engagement.
2020 Core Values Awards Winner | Climate Action Plan/Summit
There is a global movement to take action on climate change and reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2050. The Shire of Augusta Margaret River in Western Australia is committed to achieving this ambitious target locally, building on its sustainability achievements to date and driving towards a carbon free and climate resilient future.
2020 Core Values Awards Winner | Next Generation Engagement at Melbourne Water
Home > Resources > Latest News2020 Core Values Awards Winner | Next Generation Engagement at Melbourne Water Melbourne Water In 2016, Melbourne Water embarked on one of the biggest organisational change programs ever undertaken in the water industry through the...
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This is your chance to enhance your professional development and work with a high performing board, striving to strengthen engagement and advance the practice.
Co-designing creek naturalisation to create valued places for a growing population
Working with stakeholders and the community every step of the way, Melbourne Water is transforming creeks across Melbourne into living breathing urban waterways as part of the Reimagining Your Creek Program. Insights provided by the community have been instrumental in the design of desirable, open spaces the community can enjoy with significant improvements in liveability and environmental outcomes.
Stop the press: Regional engagement in trouble
In the beef capital of Australia, 26 miles from the Queensland coastline, the world has changed. We have gone from working in offices to working at home, from large scale in-person engagements to dynamic online engagement forums; and many regional towns have lost the local media that has been used as a reliable engagement method for decades.
People in Planning: Considering Consultation Content with Sally Hussey
Can community influence the planning system? Sally Hussey looks at the critically overlooked aspect of consultation content in the new ebook, People in Planning: Considering Consultation Content and questions what should community involvement be in a planning consultation.