Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability

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Welcome to the Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability

The Centre

The Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability provides a platform for collaborative, inter-disciplinary work across the School of Business and Governance, all schools within Murdoch University and outside institutions. The Centre seeks to advance teaching and research in areas that are at the heart of key global challenges and relevant to future university graduates and society at large.

The Centre's objectives are to:

  • be an outward-facing and socially relevant organisation that engages with the communities it wishes to serve;
  • engage in high quality teaching and research to shape new thinking and practice on key aspects of responsible citizenship and sustainability; and
  • create an environment that is conducive to collaboration and promotes the development of research students and early career scholars.

Learn more about the Centre and its activities or sign up to our e-mail list to receive updates about events and collaboration opportunities.

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Book launch of Participatory Development Practice: using traditional and contemporary frameworks (Practical Action Publications, 2018).

Friday 28th September, 2pm- 5pm, The Loft (upstairs, Sir Walters Cafe)

We offer a 2-hour professional development training in community development followed by the book launch.

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What we seek...

What we seek

The Centre engages in theoretical and empirical work, seeking to shape new thinking and practice on key aspects of responsible citizenship and sustainability.

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What we do

What we do

The Centre is successful in attracting research funding, producing high quality research publications reaching national and international audiences.

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Who we are

Who we are

The team at the Centre includes scholars with expertise in a wide range of areas including policy, management, sustainability and development studies.

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