Thanks John for sharing the Community Animators handbook - it was great to read this, very thought-provoking. And thanks Stuart for sharing your thoughts about ABCD in Scotland. Your discussions of the possibilities and the…"
I'm based in a small village (about 350 people) outside Brisbane, in Australia. I have a couple of jobs, one focussed on community economic development, and one focussed on community arts. I'm interested in exploring…"
"Hi Ingrid, how wonderful to see you here at Fiery Spirits! I'd love to catch up in person sometime in 2010 if you have time. Nick McGuire and I are moving ahead with the SEQ BALLE Hub proposal and would love to talk with you about it.…"
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I'm keen to link with people doing interesting things around the place!
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I live in a little village called mt nebo - work as a community educator in a small non-profit, and direct a community arts co-operative. I'm also on the board of the International Association for community development. I live with my partner Rob on a multiple occupancy property on the edge of the rainforest.
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Hi Ingrid, how wonderful to see you here at Fiery Spirits! I'd love to catch up in person sometime in 2010 if you have time. Nick McGuire and I are moving ahead with the SEQ BALLE Hub proposal and would love to talk with you about it. We've also started a little resilience and prosperity discussion group on the first Monday of every month at 8am at Nerang (Town & Country Motel/Cafe) - you're most welcome to come along if you're interested. Very best wishes to you for 2010! Sal
Hope all is well with you. I'm wondering about whether a group here that connects with people down in this global neck of the woods would be worth starting. We have a fair bit of interest from CD people around NSW re the IACD network but no real way to get them together. This might be a place to connect people. What do you think? Should I start a more local group and see what happens? Thoughts?
exciting to have you visit into the community of practice... please feel free to weave in your experience in Australia, India and many other places. I'm intrigued to know whether this site can offer you something as well, feedback really welcome including tips on how to make it easier/better.
hello to rob too!
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