New Paper: American Community Organizing Tradition in Germany
Posted by on September 8, 2006
[posted from Comm-Org]
I am very pleased to announce the final 2005 COMM-ORG paper:
The American Community Organizing Tradition And Its Potential Application To The German Protestant Church and European Context
by Rev. Paul Cromwell
One of the most interesting expansions of community organizing is occurring in Germany, and we have a few COMM-ORG papers from and about community organizing in Germany. This paper takes an in-depth look at the faith-based foundations for such organizing, with an emphasis on Germany, but also considering Europe. You can find the paper at the COMM-ORG “Papers” page, in the 2005 section:
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I hope that the paper inspires some discussion. Authors contribute papers to COMM-ORG in the hopes of getting comments, so please feel welcomed to contact Paul directly, or discuss his paper through the list. Thanks so much to Paul for contributing this work.
The backlog of papers I received in 2005, as well as those received since the beginning of the year, will all be part of the 2006 collection. Four of those papers are currently undergoing html conversion, table of contents construction, etc.
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