WANTED: Judges for the IAP2 Canada Core Values Awards!

Do you love P2 and its Core Values? Do you love rewarding excellence in the field? If you can devote 20 to 40 hours a year over a three year term we have a job for you! Judging the annual IAP2 Canada Core Values Awards!

It’s a three-year term, and we need people with a variety of attributes:

  • Geographic Representation
  • Cultural Diversity
  • At least one previous winner, who understands the awards process and the quality of work needed to win
  • A past Board member of IAP2 or IAP2 USA
  • An academic or experienced researcher
  • Diversity of experience, so panel members represent a wide range of topic areas, like transportation, health care, environmental protection, immigration, etc.
  • Representation from the non-profit sector or a community-based organization.

Does this pique your interest? Apply today!The IAP2 Canada Core Values Awards!

What are the IAP2 Core Values Awards?

The IAP2 Core Values Awards are another way to help raise the bar in the field of public engagement: a friendly competition to encourage new approaches and innovative uses of existing ones. Each year, IAP2 affiliates around the world recognize leaders in the profession and in 2014, IAP2 Canada inaugurated its own Core Values Awards.

The awards go to projects which best demonstrate IAP2's Core Values and P2 professionals can learn from one another and be inspired to keep raising their own standards.
National Awards
  • Organization of the Year
  • Research Project of the Year
  • Project of the Year (selected from the Project Awards, below)
Project Awards
  • Indigenous Engagement
  • P2 for the Greater Good
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Extending the Practice through Creativity, Collaboration and Innovation in the Field

The winners of the 2017 IAP2 Canada Core Values Awards were announced at the annual North American Core Values Awards Gala in Denver, Colorado, Sept. 7. Read about the winners here.

The application process for the 2018 IAP2 Canada Core Values Awards will open in February, 2018.

Check out the winning entries from 2016 in Montreal, 2015 in Portland and 2014 in Winnipeg.

Feisal Lakha and Kirsty Neill of the City of Calgary accepted the award for Project of the Year, for the "Crowchild Trail Extension" project.

The City of Burlington, Ontario, was named Organization of the Year. Michelle Dwyer accepted the award from IAP2 Canada President Bruce Gilbert.

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