The arrival of a questionnaire about how much the proposed Sydney City Farm should charge for its workshops raises the question of competition in community education and of local government’s role in offering it…
IT MUST BE A GOOD JOB to have, building new assets for council that create new opportunities for the local community.
That’s Fiona Campbell’s lot in Randwick where, on the edge of the grassy patch known as the village green, …
THIS TIME IT WASN’T only teachers, early childhood educators and parents who attended the Creating Ecoschools and Centres course for the past six weeks of Wednesday nights. There were people from the wider community too, including one who travelled all …
YESTERDAY WAS THE FINALE event signifying the ending of the SAVE (Sustainable Action Values Everyone) program.
This story was also on the website of the 3-Council Ecofootprint Program
THE NAME OF THE GAME IS PLACEMAKING—and it’s a serious but constructive and fun sort of game that brought a bunch of people together to think creatively about how the Randwick Sustainability Hub—located at Randwick Community Centre—could be better used.
I’M FILLED WITH INSPIRATION as I write these words after spending two hours with about 60 others at Town Hall House in the presence of Ernesto Sirolli.
DRAWING DIAGRAMS IN THE SAND might not appear to have much to do with working with people on a design project or in international development, but it is a way that communities and participants can take a central role in projects.