Over the past decades I’ve approached community disadvantage from many different angles. I’ve worked on the ground, delivered education projects, managed a not for profit, called myself a consultant and …
If you live in the city the blog title was probably enough to make you tune out. Stop Press – woman catches bus. boring !
But in the country this is actually quite a big deal.
In the country, at least where I live public transport is NOT in abundance.
A few weeks ago I had the great pleasure of presenting at the Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) conference in Coffs Harbour, NSW Australia.
During the panel on Thursday 17 October we created a toolkit for building community resilience using the Kickstart model as a guide.
When the Regional Australia Institute called for ‘returners’, (that is people who grew up in the country, moved to the big smoke and returned) to participate in a research project …