Entries by Emina Dervisevic

NCI Charrette Blog Day 2: In a Week, You Can Change the World

As mentioned in our blog post yesterday, the Delaney + Associates team is attending the Michigan State University (MSU) National Charrette Institute (NCI) Charrette System™ training this week, and today was our second full day of training. For us, as a team of engagement experts, many of the NCI Charrette principles and processes are very […]

Calling All Facilitators: IAF Conference Submissions Now Open

Are you a facilitator or a workshop leader? Do you have a fun and interactive workshop idea to share with fellow facilitators? The IAF (International Association of Facilitators) is hosting its North America and Caribbean Conference in Ottawa in May 2018, and the Conference Planning Committee has just issued a call for submissions for workshop […]

Unique Opportunity to Train with National Charrette Institute

Are you a planner, engagement professional, a municipal staffer or a developer ready to take your public consultation skills to the next level? If so, we have an ideal opportunity for you. In just two months – November 14-16, 2017 – the University of Michigan’s National Charrette Institute (NCI) will be in Vancouver to deliver […]

The Number One Requirement for a Successful Conversation Is …?

Simon Fraser University (SFU) Public Square presents City Conversations every first and third Thursday of the month. The conversations range from housing, transportation, and social issues to urban design, planning, and architecture. You probably already know that we at Delaney + Associates are passionate supporters of conversations that give us an opportunity to share our […]

Online Engagement: Spotlight on Ethelo

Throughout the course of the year, in so much of our engagement work, we have heard from different stakeholder groups and organizations that Canadians prefer to store information on servers in Canada. When it comes to public institutions, this is also a legal requirement under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA). […]