|1.||Critically examine key development and civil society theories in terms contributing to a more resilient community, and a more equitable and sustainable world;|
|2.||Conceptually map the links between public policies, government and civil society organisations in building capacity;|
|3.||Debate the competing conceptions of civil society and deconstruct its roles and functions in international community development; and|
|4.||Theorise and transform thinking about key concepts, issues and debates in relation to capacity building in international community development contexts.|
|Journal||Responses to issues explored in first 4 sessions.||15%|
|Review||Review of an event, campaign or, field activity in a digital media format with an explanatory note.||40%|
|Essay||A critical essay answering a specific question supported by case studies.||45%|
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