The following resources has been gathered to support P2 practitioners and supporters of P2, which is in no way exhaustive! The following is for you to use at your own discretion, knowing that they are not an endorsement by IAP2 Canada.
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In March 2020, IAP2 Canada and IAP2 USA held a series of webinars on adaptive technologies and P2. The video recordings of these sessions have been made available for free:
This presentation tackles the question “should we be engaging and if so, when?” The presenters also offered suggestions and key considerations for how to select from the many digital tools available to support all levels of participation across the IAP2 spectrum. The session closes with some ideas on how to best design and support interactive engagement taking place online.
Presenters: Kim Hyshka, Principal, Dialogue Partners; Chrystiane Mallaley, Vice-President, Hill+Knowlton Strategies; and Michael Sauvé, Senior Account Director, Hill+Knowlton
This presentation shares key principles for digital engagement and explores today's engagement challenges and options for responses, including innovations by the Salt Lake City municipal engagement team. The critical consideration of the digital divide is explored, including some approaches to inclusive engagement. Finally, the presentation gives some guidance through the sharing of tools and tips for digital public participation.
Presenters: Susanna Haas Lyons, digital engagement specialist, and Elizabeth Buehler, Civic Engagement Manager, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Presenters: Jacques Bénard and Michael Sauvé of Hill+Knowlton Strategies, and Camille Montreuil and Cédric Bourgeois of Transfert Environnement.
Presenters: Deanna Desedas (San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency), Miranda Eng (Argyle Public Relations), Elliot Gauthier (Hill + Knowlton Strategies) and Cathy Smith (Partner/Communications Cityworks & past President of IAP2 USA)
Quatre experts sur la participation publique et les technologies numériques partagent leurs connaissances de cet aspect du métier. Les animateurs/animatrices: Camille Montreuil et Cédric Bourgeois (Transfert environnement et société), et Jacques Bénard et Michael Sauvé de Hill+Knowlton. Animatrice: Raphaëlle Aubin, AIP2 Canada