2007 Core Values Award Winners
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2007 IAP2 Core Values Awards

IAP2’s annual Core Values project and organization of the year awards recognize excellence and innovation in the field of participation.  

The IAP2 Core Values for Public Participation guide the judging of nominees. The annual winners exemplify the spirit and purpose of public participation. Preference is given to projects that use innovative techniques, solve problems facing practitioners, and successfully involve the public in new areas.  

IAP2’s past presidents judge the nominations, and this year’s panel included:   DeAnne Butterfield, USA; LaVerne Kyriss, USA, Western Area Power Administration; Lewis Michaelson, USA, Katz and Associates; Vivien Twyford, Australia, Twyford Consulting; Pat Van Gorp, USA, Beacon Associates; Beatrice Briggs, Mexico, International Institute for Facilitation and Consensus

Organization of Year
Calgary Board of Education
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Presented to Phil Carlton, Calgary Board of Education              

Project of Year Co-Winner
“Putting Public in Public Health” for Pandemic Influenza
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Presented to Roger Bernier, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Disease and Don Greenstein, The Keystone Center              

Project of Year Co-Winner
“Scorecard for Challenge 2014” a 10-Year Vision for People With Disability
Australian Capital Territory Disability Advisory Council
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Presented to John Dengate, Twyford Consulting on behalf of Craig Wallace          

Project of Year Awards of Merit
“Tualatin Tomorrow” Community Vision and Strategic Action Plan
City of Tualatin, Oregon, USA
Presented to Ed Truax and Monique Beikman, Tualatin City Council; Doug Rux, City of Tualatin; and, Doug Zenn, Zenn Associates

“When School's Out” 5-Year Action Plan for Out of School Services
New Zealand Families Commission
Wellington, New Zealand
Presented to Amanda Heath, New Zealand Families Commission

“Communities in Motion: Regional Long-Range Transportation Plan 2030”
Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho (COMPASS)
Meridian, Idaho, USA
Presented to Terri Schorzman, COMPASS and Rosemary Curtin
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