That the context in which we work has changed significantly in the last 5-10 years.  There are permanent changes in the way people come together, engage and participate on issues that matter, and these ways of being have resulted in long-term change in society. Factors such as globalization, social media, online engagement, the growth of activism, increase in large-scale opposition movements calling for enhanced voice in decision-making, the impacts of climate change, financial crisis and energy needs, the growth of celebrity and sensational media culture, polarization, uncivil discourse….these are all the norm now. These changes are having permanent impacts on society and on our organizations, structures and systems and the ways decisions are made. However, our systems, structures and decision-making processes have not adapted to these changes.  Neither has our practice of public engagement. IAP2 has made an important contribution to the field and practice, and the Core Values, Spectrum and training program created over 20 years ago have made significant positive impact on the field and the practice. However, IAP2 has not changed with recent times or context, and the teachings are insufficient to address the challenges we face as practitioners. And since we as public and community engagement practitioners are each IAP2, because it is our professional association, we are each individually responsible for having the courage to step forward to meet these new challenges as practitioners, and to create a new future where the organization steps into the challenges that are calling us.
I suggested that the Core Values are foundational but need to be updated to meet international standards.  For example, respect for the rights of indigenous people, capacity building, and an emphasis on trust and relationship building would bring the Core Values into the present context. I offered that the IAP2 spectrum needs to be re-thought because it is presented as if the decision-maker has the control, and that the Inform and Consult levels are irrelevant at best in our complex, controversial world, and at worst are part of the problem by contributing to polarization and conflict through suggestion that those levels are acceptable in situations where there may be an outcry to be heard, but that the organization doesn’t want or is unable to meet the demands. I also suggested that if our responsibility as engagement practitioners is to be guardians of the process, and to hold that space for important conversations so that all participants can participate in respectful, open, constructive ways, then we must consider the possibility that we as practitioners are failing in our obligations.  And that we can’t blame this on the organizations we work for and with, or on the participants. I’m pretty sure I suggested that the IAP2 teachings in the Certificate program have made a major contribution to the field, but that the emphasis on worksheets, level of influence, focus questions, decision-making, techniques, clear expectations just does not address the complexity and controversy of our existing context.  And since this context has permanently changed, the way in which we work must also change.
This responsibility to be held to account for a meaningful process that works for everyone is ours.  That like engineers and architects put their names on their work, we should also do this, and be held to account for constructive, meaningful process. I gave some examples of what is required that goes beyond meaningful public engagement, and talked about trust, relationships, leadership and change. And finally I called on each of us to contribute to the practice (and to IAP2) by creating a culture of compassion, to build caring communities, to support all participants in a different way of having these needed conversations. I called on each of us to stop demonizing the “other” and to use all our skills, knowledge and experience to create a different future, and to advocate for civil discourse. Now none of this was a new thing for me to say.  I’ve been saying this for a number of years, and I know there are others who have said similar things in recent time. My work is in the space of high emotion, complexity and conflict and so I see these challenges daily, and I see them increasing over time and the context changing.  Perhaps I also see these signs because I am an IAP2 trainer and an Assessor, Coach and Mentor of new trainers and I see the challenges to our practice but also in the teachings. However, this is just the first half of my story.  The second half of my story has to do with the change I called each of us to have the courage to step into in that IAP2 Talks, and what happened next. After the speech I had many people come up to me to express gratitude and appreciation for message, and to offer their enthusiasm for working with other practitioners (and IAP2) to address the challenges we are facing.  I had a Conference committee member tell me that she had waited a long time for someone to say what I said, and that is was about time the issues I raised saw the light of day. On the other hand, I also heard through the grapevine that some people felt what I had said was inappropriate in that venue – that I should have promoting only “good” things about IAP2 at a conference, and that if I had wanted to say “negative” things I should have offered solutions (which I did offer in many sessions at the conference). My point of telling this part of the story is not what happened, but to reflect on how people react to change.
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