Building Government–Community Partnerships

by Jim Diers on January 8, 2013

Tagged as: Gifts / Association / Cooperation / Raising Children / Local Economy / Food / Safety / Health / Land/Environment / Care of People on the Margin

Jim Diers has been called "the Albert Einstein of local government" and "the Pied Piper of the Seattle Neighborhood movement." Not without reason. Experience his energy and insights in video highlights from one of his 2012 Neighborhood Strengthening presentations in New Zealand. Hosted by Inspiring Communities, the four-week tour took Jim to Auckland, Rotorua, Christchurch, Dunedin, Invercargill, Wellington, Nelson, New Plymouth and many other cities and small towns to lead 52 workshop discussions with more than 2,000 people.




Image of Seattle's Coleman-Frink District: Rich Jensen