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Better community engagement: a framework for learning

Barr, A. and Taylor, P. (2007) Better community engagement: a framework for learning. Working paper. Scottish Community Development Centre.

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Because different needs and priorities call for different approaches, the document does not present a single curriculum. Instead it provides a statement of the purpose, elements and competences for community engagement practice that should enable training providers to develop their own curricula to address the needs of practitioners operating in different settings. We hope that this approach can make a significant contribution to establishing a range of learning opportunities that will deliver the best practice needed to deliver on policy commitments and to put communities first.