Tag Archives: Community development

An introduction to community engagement

[Updated 5 December 2017] As a Butteriss 1 highlights, community engagement means different things to different people and there is no widdepely accepted definition of community engagement. It might help to think about community engagement in three broad contexts: Community … Continue reading

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Principle 9: Services will have well-supported, skilled staff

The final part of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. Each … Continue reading

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Principle 8: Services will pay particular attention to the needs of children

Part 9 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. Playscheme’s greatest … Continue reading

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Principle 7: Services will advocate on behalf of residents

Part 8 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. There are … Continue reading

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Principle 6: Services will build strong partnerships and networks

Part 4 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. A social … Continue reading

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Principle 5: Services will go to caravan parks

Part 6 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. The park … Continue reading

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Principle 4: Services will build on the strengths of park communities

Part 5 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. The good … Continue reading

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Principle 3: Services will work with park management

Part 4 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduces the context and lists the nine principles. The Family … Continue reading

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Principle 2: Services will be flexible and creative

Part 3 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduced the context and listed the nine principles. Early on … Continue reading

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Principle 1: Services will make building strong relationships with residents a high priority

Part 2 of a series of posts based on nine principles for supporting permanent residents of caravan parks which are relevant to a range of other contexts. The first post introduced the context and listed the nine principles. Building a … Continue reading

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