By Carol Packham
This publication explores the function of the employee in facilitating participation, studying and lively engagement inside of groups. targeting fresh tasks to reinforce citizen and neighborhood engagement, it presents counsel, frameworks and actions to assist in paintings with neighborhood contributors, both as kinds of volunteers or as a part of self-help teams. environment neighborhood paintings as an academic technique, the e-book additionally highlights dilemmas bobbing up from attainable interventions and provides ideas for reflective, potent perform.
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3)’. 4). In the Home Office pamphlet Active Citizens, Strong Communities – Progressing Civil Renewal (Home Office, 2003) he made the case that this was an essential task for the development of strong communities and necessary to avoid a fragmented society in the face of new technologies, changing workplace patterns, increased work mobility and increasingly distant managerial structures. The crucial ingredients were strengthened communities, partnerships in meeting public needs and active citizens.
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Qxd 19/8/08 14:10 Page 25 Chapter 3 Civil and civic involvement and ‘active citizens’ As outlined in the introduction, the UK government’s emphasis on recognizing and encouraging community involvement, at a group and individual level, has important implications for Youth and Community Workers. As an informal educator, the people with whom we work and the actions undertaken can never be seen in isolation. Some activities will be predominantly for the benefit of the community member and their community, whilst others may be primarily to support government initiated polices and structures, or the determination and delivery of services.
Active Citizenship and Community Learning (Empowering Youth and Community) by Carol Packham