MPPI Bulletin by B1Na93s


									MPPI e-bulletin
September 16, 2010


   1.   Walking tour of Central Park redevelopment, September 30
   2.   Meet and Mingle with Dr. Ralph Stern, October 6
   3.   MPPI Breakfast Seminar with Libby Porter, October 12
   4.   MPPI Annual General Meeting, November 9


   1. MPPI & Winnipeg Parking Authority present CPTED Basic 1 Course,
      September 27-30, 2010
   2. National CIP 2010 Conference, October 2-5 in Montreal: Register now!
   3. International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Certificate
      Program in Public Participation: October 18-20, 2010

Walking Tour of Central Park Redevelopment
Bob Somers and Derek Eno of Scatliff+Miller+Murray
CPL Units: 1
Thursday, September 30, 2010
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Tour will start from the middle of the park directly across from Knox United
Church / Daycare entrance on Edmonton Street.

Join us for drinks and appetizers at the Lo Pub afterwards (located in the Hostel)
- a great chance to reconnect after the summer and meet the new students!

Please RSVP by Tuesday, September 28, 2010 to Meagan Boles, Event
Coordinator at

Meet and Mingle with Dr. Ralph Stern
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
5:30 - 8:30 pm
Rooftop Sculpture Garden
Winnipeg Art Gallery

Join us to welcome the new Dean of the Faculty of Architecture, University of
Manitoba. Presented by the Partners Program, in conjunction with MAA, MALA,
MPPI and PIDIM. Please see the invitation (attached or on the web).
MPPI Breakfast Seminar with Libby Porter
“Creating terra nullius: The long shadow of colonialism in planning”
CPL Units: 1
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
7:00 - 9:00 am
Fort Garry Hotel

Libby Porter teaches and researches in city planning at the University of
Glasgow, in Scotland. She is the author of Unlearning the Colonial Cultures of
Planning and co-editor with Kate Shaw of Whose Urban Renaissance? She is
Assistant Editor of the journal Planning Theory and Practice, and co-founder and
coordinator of Planners Network UK. Before joining the academic community in
Australia and now the UK, Libby was a senior researcher on urban and planning
policy with the Victorian State Government, Australia and practised as a planner
in local government.

Register by Monday, October 4, 2010 to ensure your spot! Registration
information and pricing attached or on the web.

Save the Date: MPPI Annual General Meeting
Tuesday, November 9, 2010

More details to follow!

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
Basic Level 1 Course
Sept 27 – 20, 2010
Holiday Inn, Downtown

MPPI and the Winnipeg Parking Authority welcome everyone who is involved or
interested in designing a safer, sustainable and more profitable environment.

CPTED will consist of a three and one-half day course offered by Security
Through Safe Design Inc. This intensive certificate course will incorporate the
basic fundamentals of CPTED and provide each participant with the skill set that
they will require to conduct infield CPTED assessments. The knowledge gained
from the class will allow the participants the opportunity to face daily challenges
equipped with a new skill set. View the attachments, or visit the online
advertisement or registration form for more information.
CIP 2010 Conference – Climate Change + Communities: A Call to
Register Now!

Conference organizers are making greener choices and have recently launched
online registration as well as providing downloadable PDFs of the preliminary
program and registration form. As part of our commitment to reducing paper
use, all correspondence on conference details and programming will be
distributed via e-mail.

Online registration is now open. Please visit

Visit to view the preliminary program
and up-to-date conference information at a glance to help you make your travel

Certificate Program in Public Participation
International Association for Public Participation (IAP2)
October 18 – 20, 2010

The IAP2 Certificate Program is a 5 day, 3 module program designed to provide
a broad based learning experience covering all the foundations of effective and
authentic public participation. Developed in consultation with practitioners from
around the world, the training provides useful tools for designing and
implementing effective public participation programs.

Students will receive credit from IAP2 for completing each module, and on
completion of all 3 modules will receive an IAP2 Certificate in Public Participation.

If you are working in the field of citizen engagement, public involvement or
stakeholder relations, whether as a beginner or a seasoned practitioner involved
at any level of government, the private sector or a non-profit organization, these
courses will help you to build your skills and knowledge for designing and
implementing effective public engagement programs.

For more information see the attached or online brochure and registration form
for the training. More information about IAP2 is available at

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