All have a long history of pioneering in the fields of community and economic development.
There will be several workshops led by young people on a series of things to do with community and economic development.
NB You do not need to attend the conference to participate in these intensive one day workshops.
1. Paul Born, who Peter describes as the leading international exponent on ‘generating meaningful community conversations’ will facilitate a one day workshop on Community Engagement in which he will draw on his 10 techniques for community conversations for mobilising the ideas, skills, and passion of community organizations, governments, businesses and people.
All workshop participants will receive a copy as part of their registration. Click here to read more about Paul and the reactions to his workshops.
2.Dynamic New Zealander, Amy Scott from the Red Gumboot Consultancy Company will run a workshop on ‘Getted Dotted’ that will enable you to discover why people in communities and organizations feel, think and act the way they do – a wonderful communication tool.
Conference Venue Rydges Bell City Preston, Melbourne
Date Thursday – Friday December 10 -11, 2009
Time 9am – 5pm
Conference Cost $550 (incl GST)
Workshop Cost $245 (Includes relevant manuals)
Ring Peter Kenyon on 0417183719 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To register for the Conference and/or the Pre Conference workshops contact the Municipal Association of Victoria on 03 96675525 or email jHennessy@mav.asn.au