"When I took the Foundations training, we talked about how to reach populations who are difficult to reach, and we identified those populations, newcomers, people with limited English skills, over-worked people, new parents and asked what tools we could use to reach them." - Isis Lopez
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A Message to Our P2 Community
Dear IAP2 USA Members and Community,
We can’t talk about public input into public decisions without talking about tragedy of voices being silenced through the violence of racism and systemic biases that breach public trust. The killings of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, George Floyd in Minnesota, Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, and violence against so many others due to racism and its legacy have revealed to all there’s much work to be done. Racism and systemic biases are antithetical to all IAP2 USA stands for. Continue Reading
With public trust in institutions like government and the media at an all-time low, Stephani Roy McCallum leads you on a journey to discover the ways public engagement can help rebuild that trust. Don't miss the Taster "Mission Impossible: Building Trust in the Public Arena" (Wednesday, December 2nd at 11am PST)!
We will be posting this year's conference (2020) session slide presentations in the next two weeks. All conference participants will be receiving recordings of the sessions, as well as links to resources and slide presentations. Stay tuned!
We have the pleasure to announce that our next North American Conference will be held in Seattle from September 8-10, 2021.
Recent IAP2 Learning Webinars
November Learning Webinar: NAC 2020 Encore - “The Things Kids Say: Elevating Child/Youth Voices in Government”
Sarah Huntley of the City of Boulder, Colorado, and Mara Mintzer of Growing Up Boulder (GUB) discussed a unique partnership between the two organizations to ensure children and youth have a meaningful say in decisions that affect them.
Get a taste of tools and techniques from popular Skills Symposium courses on the 2020 Taster Series Webinars.
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