Asset Based Community Development: How to Get Started

A Booklet for Residents

Booklet for residents on how to develop their communities and encourage others to contribute toward creating a good quality of life.

Read or download here.

Published by the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences 2019. Posted under a Creative Commons license. See Nurture Development for additional information. Home page image courtesy Western Norway University of Applied Sciences.

About the Lead Author

Avatar
Rita Agdal
Associate Professor Rita Agdal is head of the Master Programme in Community Work at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Bergen, Norway.

The Latest

Clark Arrington, Pioneer for Cooperatives and Black Economic Power

This two-part edition of The Next System Podcast features Clark Arrington, a pioneer in the cooperative movement, an innovative...

Featured

Clark Arrington, Pioneer for Cooperatives and Black Economic Power

This two-part edition of The Next System Podcast features Clark Arrington, a pioneer in the cooperative movement, an innovative...

Rio Women Reinvent Businesses through As Josefinas Colab

As stories spanning world has demonstrated over the last year, those who have responded to crisis collectively have unearthed...

In Westwood Unidos, gifts & dreams drive change

Westwood Unidos was a successful example of organizing residents to achieve health equity in a historically disinvested, working-class, predominantly...

Seven Ways to Build the Solidarity Economy

  The solidarity economy is a global movement to build a post-capitalist world that puts people and planet front and...

More Articles Like This