As the Western Australian State Government’s central development agency, DevelopmentWA operate across Western Australia with a diverse portfolio of industrial, commercial and residential projects and with this have a complex portfolio of community engagement requirements.
Home > Resources > Latest NewsIAP2 Australasia's Advocacy Initiatives: September Update September 2023 Whilst in Canberra attending the NCEIF Forum, Tony and I, together with Timmy, took the opportunity to make our way to Parliament House. We met with the office...
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.
We are thrilled to announce, Dr. Catherine Ball, bestselling author, futurist and visioneer, will be speaking at the IAP2 Australasia Conference in Brisbane (24 – 26 October 2023). Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights from one of the industry’s leading voices!
Watercare’s Voice of Community programme measures the impact of infrastructure construction on the local community, along with providing insight on the effectiveness of stakeholder engagement for the project while making incremental changes while we work alongside the community.
While IAP2A adopts a bipartisan approach on many issues, we support the ‘Yes’ vote for the upcoming referendum. The Uluru Statement from the Heart and the Voice to Parliament align powerfully with our Core Values and with our purpose as an organisation championing engagement that improves environmental, social and governance outcomes.
The Voice Debate | Educational Series Article Four: The Cases For and Against the Voice to Parliament
Arguments for and against a Voice to Parliament have developed over time but they have now been formalised in the official Yes/No referendum pamphlet that has been sent out to every household in Australia. These are not the only arguments raised, but they are the only ones that will be officially distributed.
The Voice Debate | Educational Series Article Three: How the Voice Relates to the Uluru Statement from the Heart
The Uluru Statement from the Heart is, according to one of its authors Professor Megan Davis, a plea for constitutional reform. A First Nations Voice to parliament protected by the Constitution is one of the Statement’s key recommendations to achieve this reform.