What works in assessing community participation?

Danny Burns, Frances Heywood, Pete Wilde, and Mandy Wilson

What works in assessing community participation?
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Danny Burns, Frances Heywood, Pete Wilde, and Mandy Wilson

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

56 pages
Paper $23.95 ISBN: 9781861346155 Published July 2004 For sale in North and South America only
This report documents the results of road-testing two frameworks for assessing community participation: Active partners: Benchmarking community involvement in regeneration (Yorkshire Forward, 2000) and Auditing community participation: An assessment handbook (The Policy Press, 2000). The report examines whether the tools were useful, what worked most effectively and how the tools might be amalgamated on the basis of what was learned from the road-testing. The practical difficulties involved in using the tools were also explored. The lessons learned have enabled the production of a new companion handbook for development and assessment, Making community participation meaningful, which combines and develops the original frameworks.
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