A course for community development workers and activists

Exploring the Impact of Travel / Transport on Communities Course code B2
A course for community development workers and activists

Monday 2nd June 10.30 am – 4.00 pm (Tea and arrivals from 10.00 am)

Venue: The Resource Centre, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA

The Federation for Community Development Learning are in partnership with TWICS as part of the Every Action Counts programme.

The Every Action Counts programme promotes collective actions and work within the voluntary and community sectors. Our overall programme aims to unlock learning, transferable knowledge and greater understanding of how to promote inclusive and accessible environmental actions for community groups and organisations.

This course is designed as an introduction to the impact of travel and transport on communities.

· Introduce the principles an processes of community development as a way to challenge social exclusion and injustice

· Explore the themes of environmental and social justice as approaches and principles to travel and transport issues for communities.

Participants will have the opportunity to:
Identify the key themes and issues around transport affecting communities they are part of or are working with

Discuss the relevance of environmental and social justice approaches to taking action on travel themes with communities.

Identify opportunities for taking community action in response to themes raised during the course.

How to book a place
For more information and to reserve your place please download a form from our website at www.fcdl.org.uk or contact FCDL at admin@fcdl.org.uk or call us on 0114 253 6770 for a booking form and more information.

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2 thoughts on “A course for community development workers and activists

  1. Hi Richard

    Don’t know if you’ve had the chance to comment on the future of local transport in Chard – the District Council consultation is open till May 30th, and there’s the chance to comment and help shape policy on all these issues through the official consultation process. Details on my blog today. cheers, David k

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