Webinar - August 10: Beyond Inclusion - 8 Principles for Equitable Public Engagement
Researchers at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue asked how a public engagement process could go beyond inclusion and achieve true equity: building reciprocal relationships and sharing power with communities to co-create accessible and meaningful engagement processes.
IAP2 has over 1,000 members across Canada. We are a diverse community of professionals, citizens, academics, and decision-makers who are committed to involving the public in decisions that affect them. Over a third of our members are part of bundle memberships taken out by organizations -- government entities, corporations and consulting firms, among others.
Change begins with us: A message from the IAP2 Canada Board of Directors
The Black Lives Matter movement across the USA, Canada, and around the world transcends geographical boundaries and has brought Canada's own racial history and current status of inequality and discrimination into focus. As the national body for the community and stakeholder engagement sector, racism and systemic biases are antithetical to the mission and values of IAP2.