Six: How the groups organise themselves


This chapter discusses the internal workings of community organisations. It looks at how these informal associations organise themselves, how they develop internally in order to deliver activities and services, and what leadership models they have. Their organisational problems and the methods they use to create systems and procedures for their work are also examined. The chapter provides a discussion of what a ‘good’ community group looks like.

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