Some weekend reading

Woman reading from a laptop

(Photo: Ed Yourdon)

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 ones I have revisited or recently discovered. They will mainly focus on families, community engagement or environmental sustainability, but not necessarily.

Strengths-based approaches

Quit Putting People in Boxes from Leading Differently – an asset-based approach to leadership

Why Positive Education from the International Positive Education Network – should well-being be taught in school?


Private schools show same results as public schools from UQ News

Community engagement

The Small Habit That Could Save the World from – reconsidering our default attitude towards strangers

Community organising aims to win back civil society’s rightful place by Amanda Tattersall via The Conversation – The Sydney Alliance and community organising


Climate change: Embed the social sciences in climate policy by David Victor via Nature – a call for the IPCC to overhaul how it engages with the social sciences.

One from my vaults

Libraries and community engagement –libraries, asset-based community development and community engagement

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

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

  1. Previous weekend readings
  2. What are complex problems?
  3. When is it OK for kids to walk home alone?
  4. The joys of a community cinema

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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