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.
From 20 May 2021, we will be accepting presentation abstract submissions for the 2021 IAP2 Australasia Conference to be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, BCEC.
Cairns based member Sioux Campbell, recently received the Inspector General of Emergency Management’s inaugural Champion of Change Award for Research and Engagement.
With governments increasingly seeking to leverage their infrastructure investment to deliver broader social benefits, timely and effective engagement has an even bigger part to play in project success.
Considering a Deliberative Engagement Process? Build your knowledge and skills to confidently implement this growing field of engagement.Amanda Newbery and Max Hardy unpack what’s REALLY essential in delivering effective deliberative engagement processes.
IAP2 Australasia will be upgrading our online member and customer services from 5:00pm Friday 30 April through to 9:00am Sunday 2 May 2021 (AEST).