Community Building Workshop: Let’s discover together how to build the strengths of our community

by Brighton Council

A two day participatory community building work­shop is being sponsored by Brighton Council through our Brighton Alive network and will be held at the Brighton Civic Centre during National Volunteer Week on 20 and 21 May, 2024.

This is a unique opportu­nity for anyone who wants to make a difference in our community to learn tried and true community development practices from the extremely well regarded and established international organisation the Jeder Institute.

The two day workshop will be co-facilitated by a member of the Jeder Institute alongside our very own experienced place-based community development workers Kylie Murphy and Joselle Griffin.

The training has been made available to community mem­bers and organisations who are members of our Brighton Alive network at an extremely reduced rate so that no one is excluded based on cost.

Who is this for? Anyone and everyone who wants to explore the power of collective creativity, intelligence and collaboration within com­munity, including individual community members and local community group mem­bers. You will learn all about Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) – what it is, how it works and how to embed and sustain ABCD into your day to day work or life.

To find out more, please visit Council’s website www.brighton.tas.gov.au/com­munity or call Kylie Murphy, Community Development Officer on (03) 6268 7000. If cost is prohibitive, please contact Kylie so we can have a discussion with you.

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Community Building Workshop: Let’s discover together how to build the strengths of our community
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Community Building Workshop: Let’s discover together how to build the strengths of our community
Community Building Workshop: Let’s discover together how to build the strengths of our community
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Community Building Workshop: Let’s discover together how to build the strengths of our community
Community Building Workshop: Let’s discover together how to build the strengths of our community
Community Building Workshop: Let’s discover together how to build the strengths of our community
Community Building Workshop: Let’s discover together how to build the strengths of our community
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