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This article offers a brief overview of the challenges facing UK local authorities, including the need to enhance public participation in decision making and service delivery, improve service performance and increase partnership working. It explores the potential contribution of community...
This paper argues that integrated community development and conflict resolution strategies could help to sustain peace in ‘post-settlement’ contexts. The conceptual background to this argument is unfolded through the tracking of key concepts such as convergence, post-settlement contexts,...
Based on two decades of grassroots experiences, Concern Bangladesh has developed a federation structure to ensure the sustainability of community-based organizations (CBO). Despite capacity-building inputs to all federations, only a few of them have been able to operate without substantial...
The Resources and Shaping Forces 1 (RSF) model is developed from a case study in Tigray, Northern Ethiopia, using modified grounded theory. It provides a conceptual framework for identifying, describing and analysing livelihood and natural systems at the community level, and helps link the...
In the United States, Community Development Corporations (CDCs) are one of the prime vehicles for delivering housing to low-income households. Beyond the difficulties involved with securing the needed resources to develop, rehabilitate and manage housing, CDCs are facing a series of challenges...
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