The Disability Justice Project has built a number of local Communities of Practice throughout NSW – for professionals who are interested in promoting better outcomes for people with cognitive disabilities, and who are at risk of coming in contact with the justice system.
Communities of Practice (COPs) are groups of people who share a concern or passion for something they do and learn to do it better as they interact regularly.
Where are the current COPS located across NSW?
What are the benefits of a Community of Practice
Provides information on the benefits of establishing a Community of Practice in your area, and how to set one up.
Details of current active Communities of Practice across NSW
Details of the venues, and when meetings are held, for each of the Communities of Practice that have been established to date, as well as their key contacts details
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Update on the Communities of Practice – 1st June, 2017
This DJP CoP Progress Report – June 2017 was given at the DJP Leaders’ Forum held on June 1st and outlines the various COPs that have been set up as well as some of the issues identified through these groups.
For further information on setting up a COP in your area, or to find out more
If you would like further information or have an inquiry concerning your local Community of Practice, please email us at: email@example.com