Using practice in Uganda as a case study

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University of Glasgow, School of Education
St. Andrews Building (Room 433)
11 Eldon Street
Glasgow G3 6NH
United Kingdom
Tuesday, 24 May, 2016 - 13:00 to 15:00

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Using practice in Uganda as a case study, the workshop will examine a range of themes including:

  • Community  Development  and  the  lived  reality
  • Community  Development  and  sustainability
  • Popular Education and Community Organising

Presenter: Dr Peter Westoby, University of Queensland

Date: Tuesday 24th May, 1pm to 3pm

Venue: Room 433, School of Education, St. Andrews Building, 11 Eldon Street, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G3 6NH


Dr Peter Westoby is Senior Lecturer in Community Development, The University of Queensland, School of Social Sciences.

Peter’s experience has included 20 years of work in youth, community and organizational development in Uganda, South Africa, PNG, Vanuatu, the Philippines and Australia. He has also run extensive professional development courses in Egypt, the USA, Australia and South Africa.

His most recent book: Theorising the practice of community development – a South African perspective (2014), is availale through Routledge.


All are welcome, but a reservation is essential. Please RSVP to cradall@gla.ac.uk to book your place.

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