Some weekend reading

Dog reading online

(Photo: ttarasiuk)

Every Friday I post some links to articles, videos or other resources that have caught my eye during the week. Some might be quite recent, but others might be older articles I have revisited or recently discovered. They mainly focus on families, community engagement or environmental sustainability, but not necessarily.


A Big Decision: Choosing to Estrange From Family from Psychology Today by Kylie Agllias

Intimate brutality: the epidemic of domestic violence from Radio National (ABC radio)

Community engagement

Nurturing Democracy: Shellharbour Forum (a forum with political candidates run by school students) from Darcy Moore

Reflections on the Catalytic Role of an Outsider in Asset-Based Community Development from Terry Bergdall


Let’s call it: 30 years of above average temperatures means the climate has changed from The Conversation by Richard Rood

Limits to growth from ABC Radio, Ockham’s Razor

One from my vaults

Sustainable House Day 2011 Slide Show

Please let me know of anything you think is worth posting.

If you liked this post you might want to follow my blog (top right-hand corner of the blog), and you might like to look at:

  1. Previous weekend readings
  2. Making parents feel welcome in schools
  3. 10 ways to reduce your consumption
  4. What is asset-based community-driven development (ABCD)?
  5. Domestic violence, family, friends and neighbours

About Graeme Stuart

Lecturer (Family Action Centre, Newcastle Uni), blogger (Sustaining Community), Alternatives to Violence Project facilitator, environmentalist, father. Passionate about families, community development, peace, sustainability.
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