Paper $25.50 ISBN: 9781861346148 Published July 2004 For sale in North and South America only

Making community participation meaningful

A handbook for development and assessment

Danny Burns, Frances Heywood, Marilyn Taylor, Pete Wilde, and Mandy Wilson

Making community participation meaningful
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Danny Burns, Frances Heywood, Marilyn Taylor, Pete Wilde, and Mandy Wilson

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

76 pages
Paper $25.50 ISBN: 9781861346148 Published July 2004 For sale in North and South America only
This handbook is a companion volume to What works in assessing community participation? (The Policy Press, 2004) which documents the results of the road testing of two earlier frameworks for assessing community participation - Benchmarking community involvement in regeneration (Yorkshire Forward, 2000) and Auditing community participation: An assessment handbook (The Policy Press, 2000).Making community participation meaningful outlines key considerations that are necessary to ensure that community participation is effective; provides detailed sets of questions to enable stakeholders to assess the extent to which the indicators of success are being met; highlights a variety of resources which can be used by community groups to generate information and insight into the key issues and offers the real prospect of a commonly accepted assessment framework which has the authority to be adopted across sectors.
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