The Department of Rural and Community Development has engaged Mazars to undertake a structural review of the PPNs which is currently underway.
The Department would now like to invite ‘written submissions’ to the review process.
Below you will find a link to Mazar’s portal which will bring you to a template to provide your thoughts on the PPNs, and how their current structure and governance facilitates and supports the role of PPNs in relation to civic engagement.
The link to the submission template is here: PPN Written Submissions
The template will ask you to provide your thoughts on the challenges and opportunities that arise under each of the following emerging themes:
- Governance & Structure –The structures, governance and relationships that exist to enable the appropriate functioning of the PPNs
- Resources & Skills – The resources, skills and supports that exist for PPN staff and other stakeholders, to deliver their roles effectively in relation to the PPNs
- Participation, Engagement & Inclusion –The general awareness communication and engagement methods of the PPNs and their suitability post COVID-19
- Climate Action – The work of the PPNs in relation to Climate Action at local level
- Community Development – How the PPN structure supports community development and addresses issues of national importance at local level
Please note that should there be any comments that you wish to make that do not align to the above thematic areas, there will be an opportunity to provide this feedback at the end of the submission.
The closing date for receipt of these submissions is Friday 20th August.
The Department of Rural and Community Development thank you for giving your time to this process to strengthen the PPNs for the future.