The Resource Capacity development in the international development context : implications for Indigenous Australia, J. Hunt

Capacity development in the international development context : implications for Indigenous Australia, J. Hunt

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Capacity development in the international development context : implications for Indigenous Australia
Title
Capacity development in the international development context
Title remainder
implications for Indigenous Australia
Statement of responsibility
J. Hunt
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Language
eng
Summary
Traces the interest in capacity development in international development and explores themes of interest for those seeking to buil dgreater capacity in Indigenous Australian communities; defines capacity development; examines studies and experiences of capacity development and highlight successful approaches
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Also available online via the World Wide Web.
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ANL
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Hunt, Janet
Dewey number
305.89915
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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Australian National University
Series statement
Discussion paper,
Series volume
no. 278/2005
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Social capital (Sociology)
Label
Capacity development in the international development context : implications for Indigenous Australia, J. Hunt
Link
http://www.anu.edu.au/caepr/Publications/DP/2005_DP278.pdf
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 33-39
Contents
Capacity development: clarifying a concept, the enabling environment, the entity, the individual -- Some further conceptual distinctions -- Capacity development: lessons from recent research and experience -- Systems thinking and capacity development -- Approaches to capacity development in organisations and communities -- Cross-cultural aspects of capacity development -- Capacity development in Indigenous Australia: what has been happening at a national level? -- Constraints on Indigenous capacity development in Australia: lack of partnership with and participation by Indigenous people; Complex legal and regulatory frameworks; The need for a power shift; Resources, including human, financial information; Process, including communications flow and relationships within the system; An illustration -- What might be a framework for Indigenous capacity development?
Control code
000040207335
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
vi, 39 p.
Label
Capacity development in the international development context : implications for Indigenous Australia, J. Hunt
Link
http://www.anu.edu.au/caepr/Publications/DP/2005_DP278.pdf
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 33-39
Contents
Capacity development: clarifying a concept, the enabling environment, the entity, the individual -- Some further conceptual distinctions -- Capacity development: lessons from recent research and experience -- Systems thinking and capacity development -- Approaches to capacity development in organisations and communities -- Cross-cultural aspects of capacity development -- Capacity development in Indigenous Australia: what has been happening at a national level? -- Constraints on Indigenous capacity development in Australia: lack of partnership with and participation by Indigenous people; Complex legal and regulatory frameworks; The need for a power shift; Resources, including human, financial information; Process, including communications flow and relationships within the system; An illustration -- What might be a framework for Indigenous capacity development?
Control code
000040207335
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
vi, 39 p.

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