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Slides to accompany a talk given on Community Engagement for the BC Treaty Commision conference in October 2008

Slides to accompany a talk given on Community Engagement for the BC Treaty Commision conference in October 2008

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Community Engagement Community Engagement Presentation Transcript

  • Consultation is dead It's time for engagement that brings community back to life
  • The way to heal a living system is to connect it to more of itself – Humberto Maturana
  • Shapes of old style consultation
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  • Shapes of engaged community
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  • What is your current challenge in designing and implementing community engagement that contributes to healing in your community?
  • Principles of community
  • Hospitality
  • Working from powerful places
  • Connection
  • Why is it even important to live in community? What do we get from it? What can we learn about engagement from the way we do it in daily life?
  • Practices for engaging community
  • Balance work, relationships and co-learning
  • Put something powerful at the centre of the work
  • Quinault Nation Community Planning Use stories of community to make sense of work
  • Make meaning together
  • Let people organize their own thinking
  • Be a powerful inviter and remember that invitation is a process
  • Have a powerful question to which you don't know the answer
  • Use participatory processes to engage many voices
  • Let people measure their own work
  • Think of your best stories of community engagement What other practices can we add to this list?
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