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Research: Relationships Matter: the Social and Economic Benefits of Community Playgroups

Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University

Mon 19-Sep-16

Categories: Research,Other

Summary:

This report is the major outcome of a research project that Playgroup Australia commissioned RMIT University’s Centre for Urban Research to conduct.  The project sought to analyse the social and economic value of community playgroups. The 62-page report details the methodology, findings and conclusions, and includes a set of recommended actions to optimise playgroups’ role in community capacity building. 

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