We’re thrilled to share some exciting developments that underline our commitment to advocacy and empowerment. As we continue to champion the cause of community and stakeholder engagement, here are the latest updates.
In our previous article we explained the Voice to Parliament, what it is and how it would be structured. In the second article of our series, we explore the Referendum.
The International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) is a global member association which seeks to promote and improve the practice of public participation or community and stakeholder engagement.
To contribute to authentic engagement on the debate, each issue we will be providing an educational piece around The Indigenous Voice, to help ensure members are well informed and educated on the referendum and to encourage members to deepen their engagement with their local First Nations communities.
I quit my full-time professional role and set off on a solo one-way European adventure in August 2022. I wrote about my ethos here in the September edition of IAP2’s Engagement Matters. Similar to this style, I am writing conversationally, personally, and based on first-hand experiences as inspiration to others in the field of Community Engagement.
What an insightful and thought provoking three days at the IAP2A Senior Leaders Retreat, surrounded by amazing minds and top leaders in the field. With Uluru as inspiration, 30 IAP2A members came together to share their experiences and insights, and learn from one another in a personalised and intimate setting.
Media Release: IAP2A announces support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the Indigenous Voice to Parliament
Home > Resources > Latest NewsMedia Release: IAP2 Australasia announces support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the Indigenous Voice to Parliament 2 June 2022 IAP2 Australasia announces support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the Indigenous...
The Monbulk Sewerage Project is the culmination of seven-years of work including design, construction and consultation. The project forms part of Yarra Valley Water’s Community Sewerage Program (CSP), which provides properties in Melbourne’s outer north and east with new access to sewerage infrastructure.