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.
The IAP2 Australia & New Zealand (IAP2 ANZ) Board and Leadership Team have been developing a new Strategic Plan to inform and guide investment in the areas that provide the most benefit to members. The draft plan has been shaped by your voice – as members -through numerous surveys and events, alongside extensive dialogue with partners and market research.
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Do you want to have your brand associated with best practice in community and stakeholder engagement? As a sponsor of the IAP2 Australasia conference you can gain access to a rapidly growing network of enthusiastic and committed professionals who are increasingly becoming the key influencers and decision makers in government, business and industry.
Commencing in 2018, the City of Sydney undertook an extensive community engagement program to support the development of a new Community Strategic Plan to 2050.
On Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 May, New Zealand engagement practitioners met at the Hilton Hotel in Tāmaki Makaurau for the ‘What’s on your mind?’ NZ Symposium.
The Natural Disaster Hub has just been released. This hub has been developed to house a range of resources to help engagement practitioners in the event of a natural disaster, such as; flooding, bush fires, earthquakes and cyclones.Engagement practitioners will find a list of community engagement resources to help navigate the natural disaster landscape.
This is a reprise of one of the popular sessions at the 2020 IAP2 North American Virtual Conference, which, in turn, was built on a presentation at the 2018 Conference in Victoria. That presentation focused on introducing an innovative, visual tool for practitioners to understand the IAP2 spectrum from an Indigenous perspective and ways that they can integrate principles of mutual learning, inclusion, and empowerment in their work.