Institute for Regional Development

New Knowledge Partnering Book

New book on finding effective solutions to community issues

A new locally written book shines an international spotlight on how Tasmanian researchers have been finding innovative solutions to local community issues.

In Knowledge Partnering for Community Development, North West based researcher Robyn Eversole has outlined an effective methodology for identifying and solving some of the issues facing communities and regions around the world.

Knowledge Partnering for Community Development will be launched at networking events in Burnie, Launceston and Hobart. 

Speakers at the Cradle Coast book launch and forum:

  • Professor Jo Barraket

Director, Centre for Social Innovation Swinburne, Victoria

  • Sarah Jones 

AusIndustry Facilitator, Entrepreneur Development

  • Dayna Broun

Industry and Development, University of Tasmania


Wednesday, 12 November 2014, 4:30 – 6pm

University of Tasmania - Cradle Coast campus

Mooreville Road, Burnie


Speakers at the Newnham book launch and forum:

  • Professor Jo Barraket

Director, Centre for Social Impact (Swinburne), Victoria

  • Kylie Eastley

Art/Community Consultant, Kylie Eastley Consultancy

  • Dr Tony McCall

Associate Researcher, Institute for Regional Development


Thursday, 13 November 2014, 11-12.30

Sir Raymond Ferral Centre 

University of Tasmania – Newnham campus


The Hobart launch of Knowledge Partnering for Community Development will be held at the Tasmanian Council of Social Service conference:

Friday 14 November 2014, 1pm 

C3 Convention centre foyer, 

64 Anglesea St. South Hobart

 


Published on: 07 Nov 2014