An Initiative of the
United Nations and Queensland Government
- 17 August 2005
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
The International Conference
on Engaging Communities was an initiative
of the United Nations and the Government of
the State of Queensland, Australia.
The Conference was a resounding
success, with over 2000 delegates from 44
countries attending to share experiences and
network with colleagues old and new. Diverse
issues relating to community engagement were
discussed and speakers addressed the experiences,
challenges and research which affect all citizens,
governments and organisations alike. The Democracy
Plus Panel on the Sunday evening and the passionate
and challenging presentations from the keynote
speakers during the Conference were highlights
for many delegates.
on Community Engagement
Read the Declaration by visiting the Get
Recordings of keynotes and major panel sessions
and a video of conference highlights are available
Click here to
read abstracts and conference papers.
Peer reviewed papers
here for a list of peer reviewed papers.
A report about feedback from conference delegates
is available on the Get
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last updated: 12 August 2005