Work with a high performing board, striving to strengthen engagement and advance the practice. As the peak body for the community and stakeholder engagement sector, IAP2 Australasia, believes that engagement, when done well, improves social, environmental and economic outcomes and increases trust in the democratic process.
RMIT University and the International Association for Public Participation collaborate for community engagement education in new agreement
RMIT University and the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Australasia are delighted to announce a collaboration Agreement.
Following on from our recent announcement that Professor Adam Fraser will be speaking at the IAP2 Australasia Conference in Melbourne, we are thrilled to announce that Lucinda Hartley has joined our line-up of keynote presenters.
Tough facilitation is where you have the sort of session that’s either off the rails, full of strong emotions, or where it feels impossible to get a resolution. Where there’s polarisation, highly charged politics, or high conflict.
Community at the heart of coastal adaptation: Whakahekerau – Rakiātea Rautaki tai – St Clair – St Kilda Coastal Plan
Engaging communities on climate change and coastal adaptation is no easy task. There are expectations on what community wants from their space based on their connections to the area, varying levels of knowledge about what adaptation means, an uncertain future and of course emotions always run high when we’re talking about people’s homes, private land, businesses and public recreational space.
We are beyond excited to announce author Dr Adam Fraser will be speaking at the IAP2 Australasia Conference in Melbourne (26-28 October 2022).
We received some fantastic entries to our first ever photography competition highlighting authentic engagement in action.
And our IAP2A Members have voted, though with so many great entires, it can’t have been easy.
Skateboard, BMX, scooter, in-line skaters and roller-skating populations in every community comprise passionate individuals who often intersect at skateparks. In Bundaberg, Queensland a $2 million upgrade of an existing skatepark has been guided by park users to create a space that reflects the needs of the community and the identity of the broader agricultural community in which the town is situated.