Collective critical approaches to community development are increasingly important in our globalised world that is characterised by populism, capitalism, patriarchy, cultural imperialism, environmental exploitation and climate change. Additionally, the concepts in this field are contested, representing diverse meanings and where practice is funded by government are fraught with conflicting political agendas. To prepare you for these realities, this course will explore theoretical and practice dimensions of a critical-relational method to community building.
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