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Conservation Planning and Wildland Recreation CONS 481 | UBC
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Public Participation & Engagement
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES Describe levels of and objectives for public participation Articulate IAP2 values and ethics List and describe methods for accessible public engagement, including assessment of strengths and weaknesses of each approach Understand when to apply different approaches
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Who’s in and why? 3
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IAP2 – International Association for Public Participation International association of public participation practitioners Best practice guidance in public participation Training courses 5
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IAP2 Code of Ethics PURPOSE . We support public participation as a process to make better decisions that incorporate the interests and concerns of all affected stakeholders and meet the needs of the decision-making body.
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IAP2 Code of Ethics ROLE OF PRACTITIONER . We will enhance the public's participation in the decision- making process and assist decision-makers in being responsive to the public's concerns and suggestions.
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IAP2 Code of Ethics TRUST . We will undertake and encourage actions that build trust and credibility for the process among all the participants.
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  • Fall '16
  • Michael J. Meitner
  • Decision Making, town hall, international association

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