Publications

Study Circle Kits

The Study Circle Kit is for use by community groups. Within communities, people hold different views of the world developed from their own experiences.

Study circles provide a forum where these differences can be respected and learnt from to work towards a common goal. Members of a study circle become familiar with how to work in this democratically responsible manner.

The kit will assist groups to:

  • Establish a study circle to focus on the future of the local community.
  • Learn the skills that enable a disparate group to work co-operatively.
  • Focus on achievable outcomes.
  • Become leaders in determining futures of communities.

“It was a very good method of each individual learning to understand how groups work and it had very sound foundations.”
(Study group member, Sandy Point, 1999)

The following publications are available for sale for a printed copy or free for a download.

Published Work
September 28, 2013

A journey of learning

From rural Gippsland to Madrid 3rd Rural Women’s Congress Helen Sheil Director, Centre for Rural Communities Inc. Monash University, Gippsland Campus, Australia October 2002. Download and view the PDF

Publications
September 28, 2009

Cape York Institute Leadership Academy

Noel Pearson is Director of the Cape York Institute  (www.cyi.org.au) and, as enterprise is a central platform in progressing/promoting Indigenous ownership of ventures, Neil was invited to be guest speaker on community enterprise at the Leadership Academy dinner.  The East Gippsland Shire supported his involvement. The invitation to share skills and knowledge of collaborative engagement […]

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