Here's your chance to learn from the best of the best of 2019! Are you considering whether to apply for a 2020 IAP2 Core Values Award for a project you're involved with? Get insights and inspiration from the winners of the 2019 IAP2 Core Values Awards from IAP2 Canada and IAP2 USA. They'll share about their projects: the "problem", their approach, tools and techniques, and how their project stood out to the judges.
Joining us will be:
Miranda Eng, Context Research: "Creativity, Contribution & Innovation" (Canada, co-winner) for “The Mobility Pricing Independent Commission’s It’s Time Engagement Program”. Watch their video here.
Dejana Knih and Lyndia Peters, City of Calgary: "Creativity, Contribution & Innovation" (Canada, co-winner) for "It's My Neighbourhood". Watch their video here.
Darcy Vermeulen, Context Research: "Indigenous Engagement" (Canada) for "BC Flood and Wildfire Review". Watch their video here.
Lani Brunn and Talia Kerr, CitySpaces: "Visual Engagement" (Canada) for "City of Nanaimo Affordable Housing Strategy" Watch the video here.
Bruce Brown, PRR Inc.: "Research Project of the Year" (USA and International) for "Evaluating P2 Processes: an Easy-to-Use Toolkit"
Bonnie Jean von Krogh, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency: "Respect for Diversity, Inclusion and Culture" for "27 Bryant Transit Reliability Project"
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