Are you ready to ignite change and shape the future of meaningful public participation (P2) and engagement in Canada? One of the many benefits of being a member of IAP2 Canada is the ability to connect with other public participation (P2) practitioners in similar fields. Empower change, amplify your influence, and connect with those who share your passion for making a difference.
Your commitment to growth, collaboration, and impact is about to take flight!
Why Join Our Communities of Practice?
✨ Exclusive Learning: Access top-tier guests who will share their stories and expertise. Be at the forefront of industry trends and discussions.
✨ Inclusive Leadership: Take your passion for change to the next level by actively contributing to shaping public participation and engagement activities in your communities. Your voice matters in advancing meaningful change across Canada.
✨ Diverse Mentorship: Benefit from the knowledge of seasoned professionals while also gaining insights from early career practitioners. It's a two-way street of growth and development.
Join our communities of practice:
The Indigenous Engagement Community of Practice is building a community of P2 practitioners and members of Indigenous communities who are committed to advancing meaningful engagement with Indigenous Peoples in Canada.
The North American Energy Sector Community of Practice is a community of P2 practitioners and members of energy communities throughout North America who are committed to advancing meaningful engagement throughout the energy sector.
The Young Professionals Community of Practice is building a community of early career P2 practitioners who are new to the profession and who are committed to sharing and advancing their knowledge about engagement with other young professionals.
The Equity, Diversity, Inclusion Community of Practice is building a community of P2 practitioners and members who are committed to advancing meaningful engagement with all peoples.
We have also joined efforts with our friends at IAP2 Australasia, where we will be sharing our Communities of Practice (CoP).
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