Generation Next: Becoming Socially Enterprising
Edited by Susanna Chamberlain, Kerrie Foxwell-Norton, and Heather Anderson
Table of Contents
SECTION 1: WHY SHOULD I CARE?
1: Human Rights in the Twenty-first Century
Case Study: DP, Refugee, Asylum Seeker, Queue Jumper, Immigrant?
2: Our Environment
Case Study: An Interview with Tim Silverwood
3: Social Justice and Social Inclusion: A Quest for Equity
Case Study: Creating 'Justice Teams': Unearthing Young People's Skills in Responding to Racism
4: Leadership with a Conscience
Case Study: Serving Music and the Community: The Australian Chamber Orchestra
SECTION 2: WHAT COULD I DO?
5: A Bridge over the Chasm: Social Enterprise and the Third Way
Case Study: Teaching and Learning the Dynamics of Change
6: Exploring the Third Sector of Society
Case Study: The United Muslim Women Association (MWA)
7: Social Entrepreneurship: The Interplay of Altruism, Materialism and Entrepreneurialism
8: Organising Practice: Governance of the Third Sector
Case Study: 4ZZZ Community Radio: A Story of Growing Up and Making Decisions
9: The Rocky Road of Social Policy or 'What Happens Behind the Scene?'
Case Study: HEISTeGallery: A Case Study of Inclusive Disability Arts Enterprise
SECTION 3: WHAT SHOULD I KNOW?
10: The Future of a Fourth Sector
11: Critical Cultural Awareness
12: Social Enterprise and Community Practice: Partners in Social Change
13: Community Development and International Aid
Case Study: Pt Rekan Usaha Mikro Anda (PT RUMA): A Successful Story of an Indonesian Social Enterprise
14: Globalisation and Local Impacts