Culture, engagement and sustainable communities
Conference Report: Fourth Pillar of Sustainability
Culture, engagement and sustainable communities – report on the conference hosted by Cultural Development Network in partnership with Common Ground and RMIT’s Globalism Institute Melbourne, November 2004.
This conference canvassed ideas around the four pillar model of public planning; the idea of considering ‘cultural’ factors along with economic, environmental and social in our planning for sustainability. The 120 page report contains all papers given at the conference as well as workshop, and panel session summaries.
|Program Coordinator’s Report: building a foundation for new cultural thinking||Richard Holt|
|The Fourth Pillar Revisited: key questions about cultural sustainability||Jon Hawkes|
|A Great New Revitalising Idea?||Professor Donald Horne|
|Cultural Sustainability and the National Agenda||Jennifer Bott|
|The Fourth Pillar in Three Countries,
|Canada||Judy Spokes on behalf of Yasmine Laroche|
|Alive to Storied Landscapes: storytelling, sense of place, social inclusion||Dr Martin Mulligan|
|Neighbourhoods Talking: graffiti, art and the public domain||Dr. Christine Dew|
|Shifting Ground: negotiating values in a gentrifying community||June Moorhouse|
|Restructuring Communities: economic and social policies for a different society||Dr. Onko Kingma|
|The Cultural Journey||Anne Dunn|
|Four Pillars in Practice at the City of Port Phillip||Sally Calder & David Brand|