Learning to manage change: Developing regional communities for a local-global millennium

By Ian Falk Research report 5 November 2001 ISBN 0 87397 752 1

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Contributing authors from Australia, USA and Canada provide leading-edge information, analysis of issues and hundreds of best practice examples of building strong communities through active and critical learning. The theme is that Australia should become a learning society in order to build capacity and manage regional change for social and economic benefit for all.

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Preliminary-pages-682
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Part-one-local-global-context
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Part-two-issues-relating-to-learning-for-change
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Part-four-conclusion
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