Building Capacity in Micro Enterprise: A Learning Exchange Promoting Self Help Groups and Micro-enterprise between India and Indonesia
The self- help group movement constitutes a powerful means of change in South India. The expertise of South Indian self-help groups may be extended to communities in Indonesia.
||Self- Help Group, Economic and Social Change, Learning Process, Micro-Enterprise
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 10, pp.63-70.
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Mr Silverman has undertaken a range of intercultural training programs. He is currently engaged in development and delivery of a Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training, customised and contextualised for Indigenous Australian participants. Julian has received a range of industry awards for his intercultural training skills as well as his research and program design capabilities including an Indian Study Tour for Australian students examining self help groups and social change in India. He has also completed radio programs for broadcast in India and Australia. In 1999 he conducted effective training in advanced counselling skills in – country for Tongan prison officers, parole officers and Church leaders. He is currently a Lecturer at RMIT University in addition to his role as a facilitator of work place based learning in a range of community service organisations.
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