A report from the International Association for Community Development
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Citation:McConnell, C. (2015) A report from the International Association for Community Development, Whanake: The Pacific Journal of Community Development, 1(2), 62-63. , 1(1), 85-86. Unitec ePress, Unitec Insitute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand. Retrieved from: http://www.unitec.ac.nz/epress.
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The IACD conference in 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland attracted several hundred community developers from across the world. This year, the international Community Development Journal celebrated its 50th anniversary with a well-attended international conference of academics, trainers and researchers. As well, the Community Development Society (CDS) in the USA held a successful conference in Kentucky in July. CD networks are on the rise once again, through more diligent organisation, which could not be more well-timed ... IACD is also teaming up with CDS and Unitec in Auckland in 2016, to establish the world's first on- line platform for the sharing of CD teaching and learning resources. IACD publishes a magazine for practitioners called Practice Insights, has an active website and e-‐ newsletter, and organises conferences and international continuing professional development programmes
Keywords:International Association for Community Development, community development, community development practitioners, community development resources
ANZSRC Field of Research:120501 Community Planning
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