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Announcing: The International Champions of Innovation in Engagement Award 2016

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Are you being innovative in your approach to engagement? Have you been working on a project that deserves recognition?

We are inviting all practitioners in stakeholder and community engagement, planning, communications, media, and public relations to submit entries for the 2016 Champions of Innovation in Engagement Awards.

This award recognises outstanding initiatives or projects that use innovative tools, ideas or practices to enhance efficiency, implement change, or improve the situation for the client, organisation or community.

If you have been working with an organisation or project that has achieved extraordinary engagement outcomes through innovation, submit your entry now! (entries are now closed).

Update: Congratulations to Aurecon for their Novo Rail project

Read the case study.

The award was judged by a panel of industry experts from IAP2 Australasia, Consultation Manager and Social Pinpoint and honoured at the IAP2 Australasia Conference on 19th October 2016.  Addressing the theme ‘The Future of Democracy – People, Power, Practice’, the conference was the perfect platform to recognise innovation practices and processes in engagement.

This award is proudly brought to you by Consultation Manager and Social Pinpoint.


Learn how other organisations have managed their stakeholder and community engagement. Download a free information sheet for your industry.

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