Forum on Community Leadership, Australia

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Wed Mar 3 08:06:40 CST 2004


[ed:  even those of you not in Sydney may be interested in what they 
are doing there.]

From:           	Derek Waddell <Derek.Waddell at uts.edu.au>

Organization:   	University of Technology, Sydney
       	
                          Community Leadership

                             half-day forum

                    Friday 7th May, 9.00am - 1.00pm

                              Newtown RSL
                              52 Enmore Rd
                     (cnr Station St and Enmore Rd)
                          www.atnewtown.com.au


   An initiative of the Belonging Strategy with Marrickville
   Council
              supported by Centre for Popular Education UTS

In 2003 Marrickville Council commissioned the Centre for Popular
Education at UTS to coordinate a community leadership project as
part of Council's 'Belonging" initiative. Over the past 18 months
we have run a series of workshops for between 15 and 30
recognised and emerging "community leaders" within the
Marrickville local government area. The main aims of the
workshops were to encourage participants to reflect on their
practice, examine new ways of working effectively together,
develop long-term "dreams" for the betterment of Marrickville,
and plot how they might achieve them.

In 2004 the participants and facilitators of this program will be
co-authoring a handbook, organised around the topics covered at
this Forum. A draft copy of this handbook will be given to
everyone attending this Forum and the final handbook will be
available later in the year.


                   8.30am Registration and coffee/tea

                              9.00 - 9.30
                             Introductions
           The context: what are the strengths and challenges
                            in Marrickville?
           Linda Livingstone, Derek Waddell and Rick Flowers

                              9.30 - 9.50
              What do we mean by community leadership? Who
                         exercises leadership?
                      Bruce Ashley & Hazel Storey

                              9.50 - 10.30
           How might a community leadership project look? What
                    did our project teams get up to?
             Glenn Redmayne, Lesley Yasso & Simone Parsons

              10.30 - 10.50 Tea/coffee/chat/stretch break

                             10.50 - 11.10
             Can community leaders be trained and nurtured?
               Beryl Winter, Frank Storey & Julie Killiby

                             11.10 - 11.30
               What are the necessary underpinning values,
             philosophies and priorities of such a project?
                       Maria Lemos & Liz Collyer

                             11.50 - 12.10
           Can a community leadership project bring about real
               sustainable social change for the better?
                     Carole Strong & Charlie Coorey

                             12.10 - 12.30
               How should we evaluate community leadership
            programs? Summary & where to from  here with this
                                project
                   Rick Flowers and Linda Livingstone


                           Who is the forum for?

                    * community workers in Marrickville
             *  co-ordinators of community leadership programs
              *  community development practitioners, teachers
                               and researchers
                   * activists, students and politicians
             * anyone interested in bringing about changes for
                    the better in their local communities.



            For further information about the program please
                                contact:

                         Lee Malone at uts.edu.au
                           tel. 02-9514 3861


            To register please complete the registration form
                             and send it to

                               Daniel Ng
                   Centre for Popular Education, UTS
                               PO Box 123
                           Broadway NSW 2007
                           Fax: 02-9514 3030
                         E-mail: cpe at uts.edu.au
                           Tel. 02-9514 3843
                           www.cpe.uts.edu.au

                           REGISTRATION FORM
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COST:
$20 cost (GST Exempt)
$5 for people working for organisations with fragile funding Free
to Unemployed or pensioners

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Morning tea and a Draft Handbook will be provided. Lunch can be
obtained at the Newtown RSL Club, or from the many eating places
around the venue.

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