AWP Partners Workshop 2022

AWP Partners Workshop 2022

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Crowne Plaza Hotel, Canberra

Address: 1 Binara St

Canberra, ACT 2601

Australia

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An annual event hosted by the Australian Water Partnership for AWP Partners.

About this event

This two-day workshop will provide a range of highly engaging, interactive, and informative sessions and networking opportunities that aim to drive conversation and practical steps towards the theme: Water security in a changing world.

After the challenges, disruption and delays of 2020 and 2021, we are looking forward to providing our partners with a time to get together, network, share experiences, and learn what's new in AWP and in our broader development and foreign policy context.

Feedback has consistently told us that in-person networking is highly valued and this remains the main focus of this workshop in 2022. However, we will be using Zoom to also stream most sessions online (more detail on this option in early 2022).

Registrations will initially be limited to two people per organisation (a cap of 90 in-person attendees, which may be increased if restrictions ease closer to the date). We encourage you to consider gender balance / GEDSI and young water professionals (~35 years and under) when determining who from your organisation will attend.

There are two training options (capped at 20 people each) available on 8 March prior to the workshop. If capacity is reached, we will offer places based on the number of participants per organisation, a preference for new partners, and those who have not attended before.

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Program Overview:

Tuesday 8 March (pre-workshop training)

  • Water for Climate Change Adaptation (20-30 places available - FULL): Morning TBC (morning tea and lunch included).
  • Thinking and Working Politically (20-30 places available - FULL): Afternoon TBC (lunch and afternoon tea included).
  • Partnering Masterclass (20-30 places available - FULL): (afternoon tea included).

Wednesday 9 March (Day 1)

  • Day 1 of Workshop (only 90 places available): 9am – 5pm (includes on-Country experience field trip from 2pm – 5pm)
  • Dinner, Monster Kitchen & Bar (only 90 places available): 6pm

Thursday 10 March (Day 2)

  • Day 2 of Workshop (only 90 places available): 9am – 5pm

Registration

Places are limited – registration closes 15 February 2022.

Click on the 'Register' button above. Limited to 90 tickets – if "sold out" please submit your details when prompted during registration to be placed on a waiting list.

Cost: Free to attend (travel and accommodation must be covered by attendees).

Nearby Accommodation

  • Crowne Plaza Hotel, 1 Binara St (workshop venue): Discounted room rates are valid for 4-10 March 2022, book online here by 22 Feb 2022 (penalty-free cancellation up to 7 days prior to check-in date; any cancellations within 7 days of the arrival date will forfeit one nights' accommodation). Please note: Rates are for the room only; optional discounted breakfast is available only through the above link. Partners are welcome to get in touch with the hotel's Reservations Manager to discuss options.
  • Astra Corporate Apartments, Bunda St (100m to Crowne Plaza)
  • A by Adina, 1 Constitution Ave (500m to Crowne Plaza)

Note: Partners are required to book and pay for their own accommodation and transportation.

COVID Guidelines

The capacity of this event may be capped according to current COVID guidelines for venues in Canberra (see the COVID safety policy for IHG/Crowne Plaza). AWP Management recommends that all attendees follow the COVID-Safe advice when attending in person:

  • Maintain good hand and respiratory hygiene.
  • Maintain appropriate physical distancing.
  • Use the Check In CBR app or scan a check-in QR code at the venue.

Please do not attend the workshop in person if you:

  • Are feeling unwell
  • Have been in close contact with a known active case of COVID-19
  • Have travelled overseas in the previous 14 days
  • Have been to a COVID affected area in the previous 14 days (refer to www.covid19.act.gov.au).

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