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IAP2 Core Values Awards

On 24 October 2018 IAP2 Australasia presented 19 Awards at the Core Values Awards Gala Dinner on the Gold Coast at our 2018 Conference: Shake It Up!

Special congratulations to Strategic Engagement Unit, Department of the Premier & Cabinet, South Australian Government winning Australasia Organisation of the Year for their Better Together Program. Better Together builds awareness and capacity across the SA public sector in best practice engagement, through a holistic approach, and is bookended by YourSAy.sa.gov.au, the government’s central engagement website that brings citizens into decision-making on policy development and service delivery.

Special congratulations also goes to the NZ Transport Agency and Aurecon NZ who won IAP2 Australasia and IAP2 International Project of the Year for their Northern Corridor Improvements (NCI) Project (Design Consenting Phase) a nationally significant transport project which put public interests “at the heart of all decision-making”.

To all our entrants a special thank you and a full listing of entrants and winners is available in the 2018 Showcase of Core Values Awards.

 

2018 Winners

IAP2 Australasia Organisation of the Year
Winner: Strategic Engagement Unit, Department of the Premier & Cabinet, South Australian Government
Project: Better Together Program

Highly Commended: City of Casey
Project: How the City of Casey got the whole organisation excited about engagement

Highly Commended: Queensland Urban Utilities
Project: Let’s Talk Water – Our journey to strategic customer engagement

IAP2 International Organisation of the Year

Wnner: City of Edmonton, Alberta Canada
Project: What Happens when a City, its Residents and its Council Decide it is Time for a Change

IAP2 Australasia and International Project of the Year

Winner: NZ Transport Agency and Aurecon NZ
Project: Northern Corridor Improvements (NCI) Project (Design Consenting Phase)

Community Development

Winner: City of Vincent
Project: Imagine Vincent

Disaster and Emergency Services

Winner: Cairns Disaster Management Unit, Cairns Regional Council
Project: Does Saying We’re Resilient Make it So? The Cairns Resilience Scorecard Programme

Judges’ Encouragement Award

Winner: Wheatbelt Natural Resource Management Incorporated
Project: Wheatbelt Natural Resource Management

 Planning

Winner: NZ Transport Agency and Aurecon NZ
Project: Northern Corridor Improvements (NCI) Project (Design Consenting Phase)

Winner: Greater Sydney Commission
Project: Shaping the Future with the People of Greater Sydney. Preparing a Metropolis of Three Cities – the Greater Sydney Region Plan and five District Plans

Highly Commended: Barwon Water and MosaicLab
Project: Your Say on What You Pay – setting prices and services for Barwon Water customers

 Infrastructure

Winner: Aurecon and NSW Roads and Maritime Services
Project: Batemans Bay Bridge Replacement

Highly Commended: Transport for Victoria
Project: High Capacity Metro Trains – Train Design Engagement

Highly Commended: Aurecon (Client NSW Roads and Maritime Services and Sydney Motorway Corporation)
Project: WestConnex M4 – M5 Link Design Phase

Highly Commended: Jacobs and Sydney Water
Project: Servicing Growth in Sydney’s South West

Highly Commended: Level Crossing Removal Authority
Project: Caulfield to Dandenong Open Space Consultation Program

 Research

Winner: MosaicLab and Deliberative Designs
Project: Critical Thinking: Enhancing Participation Capacity

Highly Commended: Australian National University Crawford School of Public Policy and The Engagement People
Project: The Next Generation Engagement Project

 

For more information, or to receive updates on the 2019 Core Values Awards please contact Josie Gruber on josie@iap2.org.au.

 

(Sumber: https://www.iap2.org.au/Awards/2018-Core-Values-Awards)

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