The winners of the international 2021 Core Values Awards have been announced! 2021 IAP2 International Chair, Kylie Cochrane would like to congratulate the winners on behalf of the Board of Directors and regional affiliates.
Political division in the USA has not been this deep since the Reformation following the Civil War, and there is a cautionary tale for Canada, as well. From race to issues surrounding the pandemic, there is no shortage of divisive and intractable issues facing society, and rather than have open and frank conversations, we just head to our respective corners. What can we do as neutral facilitators to effectively move people toward healing?
Be recognised in 2022 with IAP2 Australasia’s Core Values Awards program. Entries for the 2022 Awards are now open.
IAP2A’s premier Core Values Awards recognise and encourage projects and organisations that are at the forefront of public participation. The awards were created to encourage excellence, quality, and innovation in public participation.
The International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) is proud to announce the Officers for 2022.
Learn how to engage authentically at Collaborate on the IAP2 Spectrum. The step to Collaborate from Involve is a significant one and often misunderstood by decision-makers and engagement practitioners alike.
Read about 2021 Core Values Awards Indigenous (AU) winner, Te Ara Tupua – partnering with iwi mana whenua to connect two cities submitted by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency.
Read about 2021 Core Values Awards Indigenous (AU) winner, Aboriginal Development Managers: bringing Aboriginal culture and knowledge into the heart of land development in Western Australia submitted by DevelopmentWA; Karda Designs; Gundi Consulting; Yunga Foundation; and Brave and Curious.
Read about 2021 Core Values Health highly commended project, Multicultural communities stopping a pandemic in its tracks! | democracyCo & SA Health.