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Lesson Five - Categorising Community Engagement

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John Barlow

on 26 September 2017

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Transcript of Lesson Five - Categorising Community Engagement

Ideas
Why not write a blog on your experience of completing this module?

Categorising Community Engagement
Categorising
Community Engagement

Food for thought
Categorise the engagement work that you do
Eight types of activity are arranged in a ladder pattern
Tasks
We have a blog on the website about ‘telling or listening’
Unleash potential of communities
share power and responsibility
Ladder of participation
Categorising
Community
Engagement
Journey
of
learning
Arnstein’s Ladder of Participation (1969)
Manipulation and Therapy
The next three rungs are considered to be "tokenism"
Placation
(Tokenistic)
No "empowerment of citizens,"
Partnership

Partnership rung is about trade off with power holders
Delegation & Citizen Control

Higher level of citizen control
MutualGain website:
https://www.mutualgain.org/
What does this mean for Reframing?
Close
Consultation is different to engagement or empowerment
https://www.mutualgain.org/
MutualGain website:
MutualGain website:
https://www.mutualgain.org/
What does this mean for Reframing?
Engagement

Strengths
Based
Approach
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