Tamarack Institute Workshop: Citizens at the Centre: A Community Engagement Thought-Leader Series

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Tamarack is excited to present a special one-day workshop with Max Hardy, a leading Australian Community Engagement consultant, along with Liz Weaver and Sylvia Cheuy of the Tamarack Institute to learn core principles and innovative practices to better engage your community.

If you are seeking new, high-impact ways for organizations and communities to work together to create social change, this is a learning opportunity you won’t want to miss. Drawing on case studies from Australia and Canada, as well as techniques and activities that demonstrate alternative ways to meaningfully engage communities/citizens throughout the lifespan of your project, workshop participants will leave with the confidence to design and lead efforts to generate effective solutions to address our most challenging community issues.

Featured Thought-Leader: Max Hardy

Max Hardy brings more than 20 years of experience facilitating collaborative processes in Australia that have engaged advocates and adversaries; citizens and corporations; champions and the disengaged. His work focuses on the toughest and most complex projects and he is committed not only to achieving results through collaboration but also to building participants’ ongoing capacity to collaborate. Since 1999 Max has been designing and facilitating deliberative processes such as citizens’ juries focused on an array of topics including: local government social plans; masterplans for airports; contentious land use plans; and complex health policy issues.

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