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June 25, 2013

The Patient & Family Engagement Series

Dialogue Partners is working with the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement to host this series of four interactive webinars dedicated

June 25, 2013

Dialogue Partners, seeks P2 minions

WANTED: Evil genius, Dialogue Partners, seeks P2 minions to sacrifice their engagement souls in world domination attempt. Must be prepared

June 19, 2013

It's not about the nail

We recently found this great video. Perhaps to close too real life it dramatically points out the difference between the

June 19, 2013

Community Engagement: Gardening in the Front Yard

I really enjoyed reading this article entitled “Community Engagement: Gardening in the Front Yard”. The author uses gardening in the front yard as a metaphor to describe good community engagement.

May 17, 2013

Working with communities in conflict after disaster

Our Managing Director, Stephani Roy McCallum, will be travelling to Australia this July to facilitate a master class called, “Working

April 26, 2013

Are You Listening to Me: Public Participation in City Decisions

We recently came across this interesting session being hosted by Simon Frasier University Public Square Events on Thursday May 2

April 26, 2013

A lesson in how NOT to engage the public.

Or this could be a lesson in how to do public engagement in a way that increases distrust, emotion and

April 18, 2013

DP's newest course, When Things Go Sideways

Many people, including us P2 practitioners, encounter emotion and outrage and want to run and hide. (Want to know what this might feel like…

May 30, 2012

Congrats to Mayor Nenshi!

Here is an interesting BBC interview with the Calgary Mayor, Naheed Nenshi. I like this guy! He is down to earth and open-minded. He is ensuring that the citizens of Calgary are being heard by giving them the opportunity to speak about what they want and what they need for their city.

February 24, 2012

PE by the Port Metro Vancouver, search for middle ground

Port Metro Vancouver embarks on a series of community engagement sessions regarding a revitalized road design. Their aim, as reported in the news article suggests they are looking to find “a middle ground with residents on the controversial large-scale job.”

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