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Emergency Relief Study Circles

“I liked – sharing of ideas – atmosphere – the idea of learning – the stimulation – feeling of bonding – the whole idea” (Participant feed back). These were some of the responses to a recent study circle session facilitated by Mary Brennan of ASCN in Melbourne. Emergency Relief is funded by the Federal Government […]

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Flim night

Study Circles and Dialogue to Change Programs From Bangladesh, to the USA and back to Australia Where to From Here? ASCN will be hosting an evening of short films, from around the world, on Dialogue to Change Programs. We will then have study circles and an Action Forum focusing in on “Where to from here?” […]

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ALA Conference 2012

Byron Region Community College recently hosted the 52nd Annual Adult Learning Australia (ALA) Conference. ALA is the Australian national peak body for Adult and Community Education fields. Professor Lyn Carson, the extremely well regarded and experienced deliberative democracy theorist and citizen engagement practitioner was a keynote Speaker at the Conference. The transcript of her presentation […]

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The study circle and D2C story so far …

As a Senior Associate of Everyday Democracy, Matt Leighninger’s partcipation in the ASCN Think Tank represents the fifth time in as nearly many years that ASCN and Everyday Democracy have travelled and worked together to build their respective efforts. ASCN has been to the US in 2006, 2011 and 2012. Respectively, Everyday Democracy has been […]

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Facilitator Training

ASCN runs Facilitator Training workshops tailored to suit your specific needs. We offer one and two day workshops. Contact us to arrange a package.

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ASCN on Facebook

Australian Study Circles Network is now on Facebook where you can ‘like’, post comments and follow our progress … please do.

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Biochar Action Learning Circles

The Biochar Project is a living evolving resource with the sole purpose of enlightening people to the exciting future of Biochar and its beneficial environmental potential. It is one family’s journey to discover themselves and the beautiful land they were born in with the sole intention of sharing this wonderful discovery that is Biological charcoal. […]

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Maryborough – a Community Learning through Dialogue

Celebrating Adult Learning Spaces The 51st Annual ALA Conference will be hosted by the Centre for Adult Education, Melbourne on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th of September. ALA Conferences have a strong tradition of bringing together international and national practitioners, stakeholders and researchers in the fields of adult education and lifelong learning to learn, share […]

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ASCN in the USA 2011

 

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Association of Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centres conference 2011

Community Engagement – New Opportunities for Neighbourhood Houses Mark Brophy presented this to a participating audience of 70 at ANHLC’s recent conference at Lorne, Victoria: Community engagement is increasingly a ‘must have’ competency for anyone overseeing projects or programs that have an impact on the broader community, or require the involvement of many stakeholders for […]

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