Promoting Social Inclusion: emerging evidence from the Catalyst-Clemente Program
Howard, Peter, Marchant, Tim, Hampshire, Anne, Butcher, Jude, Egan, Luke and Bredhauer, K.. (2008). Promoting Social Inclusion: emerging evidence from the Catalyst-Clemente Program. Australian Journal of Adult Learning. 48(3), pp. 479 - 501.
|Authors||Howard, Peter, Marchant, Tim, Hampshire, Anne, Butcher, Jude, Egan, Luke and Bredhauer, K.|
Catalyst-Clemente is an innovative educational program based upon a collaboration involving Australian Catholic University, Mission Australia and the St Vincent de Paul Society. The program enhances the transformational learning opportunities and re-engagement of disadvantaged people within the community. This paper reports on the origins and rationale of the program and initial research undertaken with the students. Six key themes of self, social interaction, relationships with others, learning, community participation and the future have been identified that represent the ways in which the program impacts upon the participants. The initial study suggests that Catalyst-Clemente is a practical educational solution that has resulted in enhancing the life opportunities and choices for disadvantaged Australians.
|Journal||Australian Journal of Adult Learning|
|Journal citation||48 (3), pp. 479 - 501|
|Publisher||Adult Learning Australia|
|Page range||479 - 501|
|Research Group||Institute for Advancing Community Engagement|
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|Place of publication||Adelaide, Australia|
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