COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WTH INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES: FACILITATING THE CREATION OF APPROPRIATE ENVIRONMENTS

This thesis proposes an integrated framework for organizing information and subsequently acting as a diagnostic and predictive tool for those working in the area of community development with indigenous peoples, but with potential universal scope. Discussion within the thesis utilizes examples and information from work with indigenous peoples in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. The … Continue reading COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WTH INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES: FACILITATING THE CREATION OF APPROPRIATE ENVIRONMENTS