ICN Public Engagement Catalyst Forum 2017
Collaborate | Innovate | Engage
Join fellow persons interested or actively engaged in public or community engagement from across the country this autumn at the Inter-Council Network (ICN) Public Engagement Catalyst Forum, a bilingual national forum, taking place at the Centre culturel franco manitobain in Winnipeg, Manitoba from October 11 – 13th.
As a participant, what can I expect from the forum?
• Be inspired by innovative and accessible ways to engage communities in social change by those who use art, sport and other creative approaches to public outreach
• Learn how to integrate and formalize public engagement into your organization’s core activities and strategic direction at local, regional and national levels
• Increase your skills and knowledge to effectively measure the quality and impact of your outreach and communications efforts
• Situate public engagement in the current national context: Canada’s new Feminist International Assistance Policy
• Celebrate your successes and share your challenges, gain insight and discuss solutions with experts in the field of public engagement
• Establish potential partnerships and synergies across the country with other passionate public engagement practitioners
• Explore new and innovative practices of public engagement through participatory workshops and seminars
$100 Regular Admission
$75 Early-Bird Admission (Register by October 1st)
This includes admission to “Artists as Catalysts of Social Change” – a public event on the evening of Wednesday October 11th, featuring artists who will be performing and speaking about how they use art to engage different communities on social issues.
• Ivan Coyote
• Heather Bishop
• Pablo Felices-Luna
This does not include admission to the Exclusive Tour of the Canadian Museum of Human Rights – an optional event on the evening of Thursday October 12th.
$20 Regular Admission to Exclusive Tour of the Canadian Museum of Human Rights – Thursday October 12th.
This event is exclusive to Forum Registrants, but is optional. It will feature a tour by a Program Officer a the CMHR who will demonstrate how the CMHR has applied a human-rights based approach to their public engagement, as well as successes and challenges that they have faced in their efforts.Register