Day 3 - Friday, September 16th, 2022
Our final day is packed with 60-minute and 90-minute sessions. Lunchtime is reserved for our Closing Keynote. Poster presentations are available for viewing throughout the day. We have done our best to present a final program. However, sometimes life intervenes, as such we reserve the right to make changes as needed to the program presented here.
9 - 10 am Hello. হ্যালো. வணக்கம். 你好. Engaging Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Neighbourhoods
Jocelyn Deeks, MCIP RPP
9 - 10 am HYBRID - Playful Planning: How to Gamify Public Engagement
Tru Taylor, MODUS Planning, Design and Engagement
Kiera Vandeborne, MODUS Planning, Design and Engagement
9 - 10 am Credentials Matter! Invest in YOU! IAP2 Professional Certification
Wendy Green Lowe
9 - 10 am I Don’t Have a TikTok— What Now?
Sheila Shockey, Shockey Consulting
Tyler Waldorf, Shockey Consulting
Maddie Hughes, Shockey Consulting
9 - 10 am How Can Community Engagement Address Hate Crimes and Incidents?
Landon Turlock, RSW, BSW, MACE Candidate, University of Alberta
MORNING - 90-minute sessions ||| 10:30 - noon
10:30 - noon Building an Ethical Space in a Colonial world: a Journey with the Indigenous Gathering Place Society of Calgary
10:30 - noon Explorons ensemble 10 techniques de p2 préférées des citoyens / Let's Try out 10 Favourite Citizen Engagement Techniques
Hugo Mimee - CP3, Table ronde
10:30 - noon "DEI? Yes! But what the heck is intersectionality?" How Applying an Intersectional Lens to P2 Projects Helps Us Live IAP2 Values More Fully
10:30 - noon Building a Shared Decision-making Model Grounded in Indigenous Values
Jane Newlands, CP3
Catherine Rockandel, IAP2 Canada President
LUNCHTIME - Lunch & Closing Keynote ||| noon - 2 pm
AFTERNOON - 60 minute sessions ||| 2 - 3 pm
2- 3 pm Engagement Tips & Bingo
2- 3 pm HYBRID - When Equitable Engagement Gets Pushback
Dani Hess - Community Engagement Coordinator, City of Bozeman
Brenda Ritenour - Neighborhood Liaison, City of Boulder
Rose Toehe - Coordinator for Indigenous Initiatives, City of Flagstaff
Moderator: Ryan Hanschen - Engagement Manager, City of Boulder
“But why are you spending so much time trying to reach such a small group? Won’t that take away from OUR voice?” If these are questions you or your colleagues have heard recently you’re not alone. This session addresses the dilemma that many organizations face when doing equitable engagement: How to respond when engagement efforts that center marginalized communities are met with hesitation, skepticism, or opposition from those who benefit from past and current engagement approaches. Join jurisdictions from across the U.S. as they share their experiences in shifting approaches and managing expectations as equity becomes a priority in community engagement.
2- 3 pm Fight Different: The Power of Focal Thinking in Systemic Conflicts
Dr. Mark Szabo
2- 3 pm Uncovering the ‘So What’ of Public and Patient Engagement: How to Evaluate the Impact of Engagement Using the Engage with Impact Toolkit
Julia Abelson, PhD - Professor, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact, Lead, Public and Patient Engagement Collaborative, McMaster University, Member, Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis (CHEPA), McMaster University
Laura Tripp, MSc - Research Coordinator, Public and Patient Engagement Collaborative, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact, McMaster University
2- 3 pm IAP2 Canada's Research Committee Presents "Value Creation in P2"
Members of IAP2 Canada Research Committee
AFTERNOON - 60 minute sessions ||| 3:15 - 4:15 pm
3:15 - 4:15 pm HYBRID - Showing Up: A Behavioural Insights Approach
Lindsay Humber, CP3
Kim Hyshka, CP3
Community perspectives and voices are a critical piece of the puzzle when designing, informing, and implementing good public policy decisions and solutions. But policy decisions and solutions are only as good as the perspectives and information used to inform their creation. As public policy failures mount, engagement practitioners are left to determine how we can nudge ourselves and others to show up in ways that can change the way decisions and solutions are made for the better. A behavioral insights approach might help us get there.