Thank you Rob, I agree completely. We absolutely need to centre the community in the work of the program in order to have sustained positive impact. The SIGHT program does require a group to include a local community engagement plan as part of its proposed activities - but writing the proposal is very different to actually building a genuine partnership with the community. One of the important outcomes of yesterday's meeting was that SIGHT members in Australia should continue to meet as one single group, which will make it easier for us to improve our proposals and projects through engagement with the HumEng Community of Practice. We can do this through education and training using the BOK, and also by insisting on a high standard of background research and community engagement when we ("SIGHT Australia") approves a group proposal.