Welcome to the west coast chapter of the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Canada. We are an Association seeking to promote and improve the practice of public participation with individuals, governments, institutions, and other entities that affect the public interest in British Columbia, Canada and around the world. This new website has been developed to support our members and to further the practice of public participation at the local level. Take a few moments to explore the site and see what new resources are available and learn how you can contribute.
P2 Drinks is our IAP2 BC networking series. We are hosting socials throughout this year so that we, as practitioners, can challenge our basic assumptions about P2.
In particular, why should we care about P2? Can we get more people to care? What does “meaningful engagement” mean?
Join us at these socials to discuss ideas that challenge us, make us take a step back, and re-examine our purpose, motivations, and the role of P2 in BC. Check back soon for events later this year in Vancouver and Victoria.
IAP2 Deep Dive
Check back soon for events later this year in Vancouver and Victoria.
Bringing P2 to Engineers, Planners, Architects and other professionals
Please contact us if you would like IAP2 BC to work with your professional organization on learning about doing better community engagement.
Donald Golob Award
IAP2 BC and IAP2 Canada are please to announce a new award for our members. The Donald Golob award provide recognition to an individual who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in advancing IAP2 Core Values, and has made valuable contributions to the IAP2 organization as a “voice of the membership” by advocating for strong governance and values-based processes either through their practice and/or through their service on the IAP2 BC Executive and/or in their own practice’s noteworthy actions to enhance the provincial, national and international profile of IAP2.
Donald started Donald Golob Consulting in 1995 in North Vancouver to provide facilitation, public participation, and strategic planning services. He was past president and one of the founding members of IAP2 BC. He believed strongly in the values of public participation and made significant contributions to the BC Chapter, IAP2 Canada, and International. This award helps us remember the outstanding contributions Donald made to IAP2 BC, while also celebrating the contributions of our members today.
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Interested in joining or renewing your membership? Visit IAP2canada.ca.