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National and international ‘community development programmes’ often have not allowed this political space, as programmes from the ill-starred UK Home Ofﬁce CDP onwards have learnt to their cost (CDP, 1977).
Thirdly, community workers have often found themselves engaged in relatively short-term work, focused on particular issues such as improving housing conditions, improving road safety at school crossings, or protecting aspects of the environment through campaigns around river or factory pollution. These groups constitute issue-based communities. The practice of community development Community development has also been used to cover a range of understandings of practice and outcome. The history of community development can be traced back to the 1950s at least (Craig, 1989) but in the late 1980s/early 1990s, many governments and international organisations ‘re-discovered’ community development, although not always labelling it as such.
1990) The Fifth Dimension: The Art and Practice of the Learning Organisation. London: Century Books. Shaw, M. (2008) ‘Community development and the politics of community’, Community Development Journal, 43(1): 24–36, January. , Meagher, J. and Moir, S. (2006) (eds) Editorial Introduction: Participation in Community Development: Problems and Possibilities, A Concept Reader, Concept, University of Edinburgh. , French, R. and Harvey, C. (2006) ‘Leadership and negative capability’, Human Relations, 55(10): 1209–1226.
Challenging Capacity Building: Comparative Perspectives by Sue Kenny, Matthew Clarke (eds.)