Dee Brooks

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ABCD - Discoverables not Deliverable Series 12-2pm AEST (Australian time)

ABCD - Discoverables not Deliverable Series 12-2pm AEST (Australian time)

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Friday July 10 2020, 12:00 PM
@ Zoom & Mural

ABCD Discoverables, not Deliverables Series

Many of the current challenges faced by individuals and communities require transformational change! How does asset-based community development (ABCD) build communities from the inside out by tapping into the gifts and strengths of everyone?

“Every single person has skills, abilities and gifts”. John McKnight

Join us on this journey of discovery as we offer a series of three (3) highly immersive and interactive sessions which will introduce participants to a range of asset-based community development (ABCD) practices and processes for creating powerful actions and outcomes. 

When: Over 3 weeks Friday 10, 17, 24 July 2020 from 12pm - 2pm AEST (Australian time)

How much:

$90 per session $45 volunteers $30 young people

We aim to make our sessions financially available to everyone, please contact us if money is a barrier


Via Humanitix - Zoom number emailed upon registration

Mural board upon commencement of each session

Your Facilitators:

Through her down-to-earth style, Dee Brooks brings people together in dynamic ways to realise and engage the full potential of their networks and communities. Over 20 years, her work has inspired people at hundreds of events and workshops worldwide where she offers community engagement and development training and also provides professional co-design, facilitation and keynote addresses for conferences, forums and events.

Michelle Dunscombe lives on Taungurung Country in regional Victoria. She is an enthusiastic community development practitioner, facilitator and trainer who love’s working with emergence. She is skilled and passionate about strengthening regional, rural and remote communities, developing community leadership capacity, building community resilience and supporting community members to take action.

Fiona Miller is a creative conduit and  passionate about seeing people and communities explore and collaborate on all things local, getting people to the same table and sharing skills and knowledge. The ABCD principles and practices underpin all of her work and continue to be educated while educating.  Conversations matter and by connecting conversations, amazing things can happen.


Allison Lourash
07/02/20 04:36:39AM @allison-lourash:

Very cool.

Dee Brooks
07/02/20 07:58:10AM @dee-brooks:

Thanks Allison,

Yes, Aussie time - thanks for picking that up - have changed it!