On PAR - Using Participatory Action Research to Improve Early Intervention

Aim of the publication?

This manual is designed to assist human service practitioners and agencies, and the communities they work with, to enhance their skills in undertaking Participatory Action Research, and, in so doing improve the situations of people who are vulnerable.

Who is it for?

The report is for government policy makers, service providers and interested stakeholders.

What does it cover?

This manual outlines how PAR can be implemented as a tool to improve the situations of the young people, families and communities we seek to assist. It provides practical examples, tools and links to complementary resources. This manual outlines processes, considerations, questions, ideas, options and suggestions. There are also case examples from practice, hypothetical examples and links to further reading.

Content Updated: 15 October 2013