A Citizen's Guide To Community Social Planning, 1993

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Community well-being: this is the continuing vision of community social planning. Working for community well-being is about learning how to live ways that give everyone the opportunity to develop to their full potential.

Community social planning is not driven by a single issue, nor does it offer a predetermined answer to every need. It is as concerned with the connections between issues as it is with issues in their own right, for no problem and no solution to problems exist in isolation from other factors in the community. It stresses the importance of integrating social, economic and environmental considerations in community problem-solving.

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