Brotherhood of St Laurence

Anthroposalata unlimited : possibilities for connecting community in Frankston. The Torch Project community consultation for the High Street multi-purpose centre

By: Jope, Sally | Brotherhood of St Laurence
Publisher: Fitzroy, Vic. Brotherhood of St Laurence 2005Description: iv, 16 pSubject(s): Community Development | Social Participation | Arts | Culture | Victoria - Frankston | Community Consultation | Community Centres | Cultural Diversity | Governance | EmpowermentDDC classification: 307.14 JOP Online Resources: Electronic copy
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September 2005 Bibliography : p. 16

The development of a multi-purpose centre in the Uniting Church complex at High Street Frankston has enabled the Brotherhood of St Laurence to explore ways to facilitate community participation. This report documents the process by which The Torch Project engaged with people in Frankston, including the development of Anthroposalata Unlimited, a cultural celebration reflecting local understandings of identity, history and social issues, and consultation about visions for the use of the High Street site.

Anthroposalata_unltd_Frankston.pdf

Item type Current library Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode
Book Brotherhood of St Laurence
Research report 307.14 JOP (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available 22512287
Book BSL Archives
Research report 2005.02 (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Not for loan

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