Top Five Research Priorities: Out now!
The University of Melbourne’s Next Generation Engagement team is proud to release the final outcomes from its pilot phase – the Research Priorities Summary Report – a …
Communities want detailed answers on infrastructure: AFR, 11 October
The Australian Financial Review recently covered the Next Generation Engagement project’s pilot research findings and plans for next steps. Australian Financial Review, 11 October 2017
Top Five Research Priorities for Australia’s Infrastructure Sector
With an unprecedented $100 billion infrastructure program currently being delivered across Australia, infrastructure professionals are now being invited to comment on the early findings of the …
Shifting engagement from art to science: Our partners share their aims
Source: NextGen Testimonials from Next Gen Engagement Project on Vimeo. Our partners share their aims for getting involved in the Next Generation Engagement project. They believe Next …
Engage2Act on Infrastructure and Community Engagement
Infrastructure & Community Engagement: An important message from the President of Engage 2 Act from Engage 2 Act on Vimeo.
Australia’s water leader brings its own research insights to the #NextGenerationEngagement project
One of Australia’s leading water entities, Melbourne Water, will bring its experience in researching best practice engagement to the University of Melbourne’s Next Generation Engagement Project. …
Global innovators join the #NextGenerationEngagement Project
Global engineering and infrastructure advisory firm, Aurecon, is the latest organisation to indicate the critical importance of engagement to infrastructure delivery by becoming a partner in …
What are we missing when it comes to community? Next Generation Engagement Survey asks.
With an unprecedented $100 billion in infrastructure projects currently underway in Australia, the University of Melbourne is going to industry to ask how these projects can …
Infrastructure Association of Queensland lends northern perspective to ground breaking engagement research
Queensland’s peak infrastructure body, the Infrastructure Association of Queensland (IAQ), will draw on its members’ experience in delivering world leading transport, water and energy infrastructure to …
Good engagement the key to sustainable cities
The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) will join the University of Melbourne to identify and address the key challenges in engaging effectively with communities to …
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