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FEDERATION OF AFFILIATES The IAP2 International Board consulted its members on whether it should move to a
Highlights IAP2 Australasian submission on the International Federation of affiliates proposal
… an International Association is vital to the global practice of public participation
…our focus must centre on our members, our practice, and our future
…the best way to build a membership community is close to members
… the best way to build a global practice is through an international network of local members
Our experience is
Success is built from the ground up
When decision- making and financial responsibility are delegated
local people with passion step up
An international operation advancing the practices of participatory democracy
An international body that provides leadership in practice development
An international umbrella for all countries to join
Energetic, locally led national affiliates providing networking, professional development & training
Membership benefits and rights that are fair and equitable across all countries and members
Members of the International Organisation are affiliate organisations
Representation on the International Board that is fair across all affiliates
Board representatives selected by member affiliates
Why change now?
Our international work is not being done
Members in different countries have different voting rights
Local leadership needs authority and resource
Our biggest challenge is keeping relevant as the world rediscovers people power and democracy
Need for growth & financial stability
USA membership is falling
IAP2 needs to focus its USA membership resource on the USA
1 An international federation of affiliates A network of national or regional affiliates aligned to our mission, taking responsibility for member services
2 A smaller board 2 members per affiliate 1 member per emerging affiliate
3 A more focused international role Focused on advancing the practice internationally, accountable to affiliates
4 Membership and practice focused affiliates Membership and focus on local practice Contributing to the international operation
5 A speedy implementation Our members want us to get on with it In some areas we need more resource focused on membership We are passionate about our practice - not our structure
The fine print
Is in the full submission www.iap2.org.au
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