Announcing the winning projects

Pitch for the Practice was a participatory budgeting initiative that allowed IAP2 members to decide what ideas they wanted to see implemented over the next 12 months.

We received ten submissions throughout the life of the initiative, and 92 members voted on which projects should receive a portion of the $100K on offer. Five of the 10 projects submitted will now become a reality.

Congratulations to all the winners!

This has been an exciting experience for IAP2A as it is the first time we have run a participatory budgeting process.

Check the IAP2A website for updates on the projects over the coming 12 months.

Voting has now closed. Read more about the projects below


Voting has closed

Closed
Activity closed 08/07/2018 at 11:59 PM
Read about the projects that were submitted to Pitch for the Practice.
Your remaining budget:
$25,000

Safe Drinking Water beyond language barriers, a gamification project

Developing a game to educate, advocate + engage using little or no language

  29 Votes (7%)
$24,200

New Tracks

Building community capacity for collective change in Queensland

  26 Votes (6%)
$16,000

Deliberation in Schools

A pilot program and PD resource for primary and secondary schools

  53 Votes (13%)
$10,000

The Deliberative Difference

A practice-research workshop on deliberative engagement

  39 Votes (9%)
$14,900

Connecting Communities with Nature

A collaborative, human-centred design project for an Adelaide community

  32 Votes (8%)
$17,875

360°: Bay of Plenty Community Engagers Summit

Whāia te iti kahurangi ki te tūohu koe me he maunga teitei

  30 Votes (7%)
$18,000

Evaluating the Engagement Sector

How well the community and stakeholder engagement practice measures up

  64 Votes (15%)
$25,000

Digital Community Engagement in Australia

Research into processes, tools, best practises and challenges

  52 Votes (12%)
$25,000

The connection project

Creating IAP2A communities of practice around Australia

  41 Votes (10%)
$18,750

IAP2A Knowledge Exchange Program

A volunteer-based mentoring program

  58 Votes (14%)