2016 Core Values Awards

On 18th October 2016 IAP2 Australasia presented 17 Awards at the Core Values Awards Gala Dinner in Adelaide. Presented also were the International IAP2 Awards which saw international delegates attending and celebrating with us.

Special congratulations to LandCorp winning both Australasia Organisation of the Year and the International Organisation of the Year.

To all our entrants a special thank you and a full listing of entrants and winners is available in the 2016 Showcase of Core Values Awards.

A full update on the #engagefuture Conference including photos and footage will be available soon!

 

2016 Winners

Organisation of the Year 

IAP2 Australasia Winner: LandCorp
Highly Commended: South Australian Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources

IAP2 International Winner: LandCorp

Planning Award 

Winner: UrbanGrowth NSW
Project: The Bays Precinct

Highly Commended: Auckland Transport
Project: The New Network - Transforming the Way Aucklanders Use Public Transport

Environment Award 

Winer: Department of Environment, Water & Natural Resources SA, The Dog and Cat Management Board SA & democracyCo
Project: Dog and Cat Management Policy Reform - Stakeholder Engagement & Citizens’ Jury Process

Health Award 

Winner: Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth) and MosaicLab
Victoria's Citizens’ Jury on Obesity

Infrastructure Award 

Winner: Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area Renewal Alliance
Project: Hanwood Modernisation Project

Disaster & Emergency Services Award 

Winner: Surf Coast Shire Council
Project: The Fire Game Project

Community Development Award 

Winner: Cumberland Council
Project: Refugee Camp in My Neighbourhood

Indigenous Award 

Winner: Department of Local Government & Community Services Northern Territory
Project: Remote Engagement & Coordination Strategy

Project of the Year Award 

Australasian Winner: UrbanGrowth NSW
Project: The Bays Precinct

Australasian Highly Commended: Department of Local Government & Community Services Northern Territory
Project: Remote Engagement & Coordination Strategy

International Winner: Primary Health Care, Central Zone, Nova Scotia Health Authority
Project: Embedding Engagement in Models of Care: Successes and Lessons Learned from Community Health Teams in Nova Scotia

Research Award 

Winner: Strategic Engagement Unit, Department of the Premier & Cabinet SA
Project: Fund my Community

International Winner: Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs - Syracuse University; The Jefferson Center
Project: Clearing the Error: Public Deliberation about Diagnostic Error

Encouragement Award 

Australasia Winner: Aurecon, Transport for New South Wales, Laing O’Rourke and RCR Infrastructure as Novo Rail
Project: Wynyard Station Upgrade