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International Conference on Engaging Communities, 14-17 August 2005, Brisbane, Australia

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1 Jan 2005
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The current trend towards collaborative governance and community engagement has recently seen the emergence of more active and interventionist governments. This paper suggests that these new forms of governance reflect governments' desires to govern better by continuously considering who should be governed, how they should...

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1 Jan 2005
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The Regional Environmental Employment Program in regional Victoria assists young people in their transition to employment, education and training. The Dubbo Leadership and Cultural Program assists Year 8 Aboriginal students to stay at school, to gain leadership skills and to enhance their cultural knowledge and...

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1 Jan 2005
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What are the reasons for the concentrated and divergent nature of growth among regions? Enterprising human capital, the ability of regional residents to have an entrepreneurial capacity for knowledge activation, is identified as a key determinant of regional outcomes. This paper explains how enterprising human...

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1 Jan 2005
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Community participation in planning for health programs and services can be difficult to achieve, in part because community participation is rarely conceived as development of place. This paper explores how and why communities of place become involved in health service development. It looks at research...

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1 Jan 2005
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In the small community of Tara in Queensland, years of disadvantage and the negative impacts of rural residential subdivision development have been turned around. This paper discusses the Tara Engagement Model, an example of effective place based collaboration between community and government. The model used...

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