Where did ToP come from?

Interested in where ToP came from? Passionate about human development? The Institute of Cultural Affairs International (ICA-International) website has all sorts of information about current development work the ICA is involved with, as well as ToP and a catalogue of historical resources.

Facilitation Resources

Looking to complement your ToP methods with another tool or technique?

Here are some links to other resources we’ve found to be useful:

IAF and Session Lab

The International Association of Facilitators offers some free resources, which are hosted by Session Lab.

Zenergy Global

Zenergy are a facilitation training company based in Auckland. They have a variety of resources and books, for download or purchase.

Found a good source of facilitation tools and tips? Let us know and we can include it here.

Towards an indigenous-informed facilitation practice: Questions we can ask ourselves as facilitators working with and between cultures

Looking to review your cross-cultural practices as a facilitator?

This valuable resource, developed and published by the Australasian Facilitators Network (AFN), is designed to support facilitators working with and between cultures in Australia and Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Facilitation & Related Organistions

Association for Public Participation

A useful ‘go to’ for engagement practitioners – and facilitators supporting engagement processes.

Australasian Facilitators Network

A generous, collegial and innovative community of facilitators.

Australasia-Pacific Extension Network

Those of you facilitating in primary industry and rural contexts may find APEN’s information and resources helpful, especially where your facilitation has a strong practice change or innovation focus.

Found a good source of facilitation tools and tips? Let us know and we can include it here.

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