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Building Strong Communities

Guidelines on empowering the grass roots

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Red Globe Press

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23 October 2019

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Developing Stronger Communities is an introductory textbook that provides guidelines, frameworks and a range of approaches to help plan and implement effective community engagement and build community strengths. In...

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Developing Stronger Communities is an introductory textbook that provides guidelines, frameworks and a range of approaches to help plan and implement effective community engagement and build community strengths. In particular, it presents a model of capacity building that can inform both practice and policy, with material on how public services can build their own capacity to engage with and support communities more effectively.

This is key reading for any one taking a Community Studies, Youth and Community, or Social Work programme, or anyone working to build and develop stronger communities.

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Building strong communities has become a key area of both policy and practice
A concise and pragmatic introduction to working with and developing communities.
Includes short case studies and examples of good practice. Each chapter also includes a summary of the main arguments, and a set of questions to promote further study and debate. 



1. Strong Communities
2. Building Skills
3. Building Organisations
4. Building Involvement
5. Building Equality
6. A partnership approach.

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Steve Skinner CIPD, MA, CQSW, is the Director of Steve Skinner Associates Ltd, a well-established consultancy working nationally.  He has taught part time at Leeds Beckett University in Managing in the Community and was formerly Director of Community Engagement at the University of Bradford.  He is an Associate of the Local Government Information Unit, a national network of local authorities, where over eight years, he has designed and delivered a programme of seminars held in London and the regions on leadership and stronger communities.

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Steve Skinner CIPD, MA, CQSW, is the Director of Steve Skinner Associates Ltd, a well-established consultancy working nationally.  He has taught part time at Leeds Beckett University in Managing in the Community and was formerly Director of Community Engagement at the University of Bradford.  He is an Associate of the Local Government Information Unit, a national network of local authorities, where over eight years, he has designed and delivered a programme of seminars held in London and the regions on leadership and stronger communities.

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