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NCEIF: National Community Engagement for Infrastructure Forum

 

The National Community Engagement for Infrastructure Forum (NCEIF) will provide insight on advancing community consultation in the infrastructure and natural resources space; discovering new industry trends and policies which may impact the community engagement framework and the development of infrastructure projects now and in the future; and exploring new tools and the latest research to support community and stakeholder engagement in infrastructure.

 The National Community Engagement for Infrastructure Forum (NCEIF) will be held in Melbourne on Thursday and Friday 19 – 20 July 2018 at the Crown Conference Centre in Melbourne.

This newly created forum has been developed by three ambitious women who are passionate about working with communities to help them understand infrastructure and how major projects and communities can work collaboratively.
Founders, Allison Hendricks from Darzin, Donna Groves from Comacon, and Melanie Layton from GHD are old friends and colleagues who have collectively been working in the stakeholder engagement and communication space for more than 60 years.

Over the 2016-17 reporting period, Infrastructure Australia published a newly revised Infrastructure Priority List identifying 100 major proposals that Australia needs over the next 15 years. This is the largest-ever number of infrastructure proposals on the Priority List.

As community engagement professionals, we need to prepare now to better understand these drivers of future demand for infrastructure and how we, and the communities in which we work, can be ready for this growth.

The NCEIF will provide insight on advancing community consultation in the infrastructure and natural resources space; discovering new industry trends and policies which may impact the community engagement framework and the development of infrastructure projects now and in the future; and exploring new tools and the latest research to support community and stakeholder engagement in infrastructure.

To register, or to find out more about the conference, visit the NCEIF website.

 

 

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