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Asset-based community development in action, all over Europe.

Lorna Prescott
  • Dudley
  • United Kingdom
  • Dudley, West Midlands
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Passionate about potential for positive change. Advocate of openess and collaboration. I support people to work in ways which are inclusive and participatory. I am inspired by people I work and collaborate with.
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Dudley, West Midlands
What brings you to ABCD Europe?
I'm intrigued by the variety of approaches being taken in relation to community-based work. I struggle with the 'ABCD' label. Trying to keep my mind open while also being critical about my own and others' approaches.
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Help!!! Can anyone share resources or practice? (Cake for generous offers)

My colleague and I are delivering the first session of our asset based wellbeing project on Saturday (12 May), following our launch event a couple of weeks ago.

We would like to introduce participants to asset mapping and capacity inventories and support them to use either or both of these tools in their neighbourhoods.

We're a little stuck because although we've both been trained in Participatory Appraisal, we haven't used asset mapping other than a quick demo in a session…


Posted on May 5, 2012 at 16:00 — 2 Comments

Learning sessions on asset based approaches and the practical application of them

I feel fortunate to have been able to attend two learning events recently in relation to asset based approaches in health and wellbeing work. 

Rather than taking notes I opted to tweet during the events, and blog afterwards. Through tweeting I was able to involve 12 people who weren't at the sessions in discussions about what we were covering.

Here are tweets from the first session, which provided an introduction and some case studies: …


Posted on April 14, 2012 at 0:41 — 2 Comments

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