w. 2005 03 (mar)
IAP2's Asian Pacific Conference to be Held in Sydney this March
Our friends at the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) asked us to spread the word that the IAP2 Asia Pacific Conference "Risks and Rewards in Public Participation" is open for registrations now and they are filling fast. The conference will take place in Sydney, Australia March 6 through 8, 2005.
Given the importance of conversing with communities and working with them in building and planning, the conference is particularly timely following the devastating impact of the Indian Ocean Tsunami. The conference includes an extensive line up of speakers from Australia, New Zealand and the USA addressing topics such as new futures and how to create them. Click below for more details, or just go to www.iap2.org.au.
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News from the Public Conversations Project...
The Public Conversations Project's December E-News focuses on "Talking About Politics across Divides." The e-newsletter announces some great resources designed to help those who with to engage in respectful, meaningful conversations with people who have vast political differences. PCP's Executive Director, Laura Chasin, recently wrote an article for the Christian Science Monitor's "Talking with the Enemy" series, and PCP has created some resources around that series. Click below to learn more about all of this, and to check the dates for PCP's highly acclaimed trainings this spring.
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Upcoming Training in the Art of Hosting & Convening Conversations
The Berkana Institute's From the Four Directions project is offering a training in the Art of Hosting & Convening Conversations on Whidbey Island in Washington state this March. The Art of Hosting & Convening Conversations is a training for all who aspire to learn and find new ways for working with others to create innovative and comprehensive solutions. From the Four Directions is a growing community of practitioners, supporting each other to explore and accomplish what we most care about. Click below for more details.
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2005 Trainings & Events of the Institute for Global Leadership
Virginia Swain (Director of The Institute for Global Leadership) emailed me on Tuesday with a list of upcoming courses and events that are part of the Institute's Reconciliation Leadership? Certificate Program. Click below for more details about these Cambridge, Massachusetts, Tiverton, Rhode Island and New York City events and trainings.