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Community Development

Community development helps people to recognise and develop their ability and potential to organise themselves to respond to problems and needs which they share. The initiatives below are helping to promote such concepts and so foster greater collective involvement.

Infinite Family – E-mentoring African Teens

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The National Map Corps – Updating Maps

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The Giving Effect – Donating Miscellaneous Goods

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Surfaid – Do Good Whilst Sleeping!

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Rescuing Leftover Cuisine – Reducing Food Waste

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Frontiersmen USA – Disaster Reporting

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Mobile Watch – Reporting Community Issues

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GMYN – Promoting Youth Action Awareness

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Casserole Club – Donate Extra Food To Neighbours

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Barry Ideas Bank – Ideas for Community Action

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Fix My Transport – Reporting Transport Issues

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Upworthy – Sharing meaningful media

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Stuff Your Rucsac – Responsible Travelling

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Spare Place – Locating Empty Shops

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Empty Properties – Reusing Empty Buildings

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