American Journal of Community Psychology

, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp 263–268

The Future of Community Coalition Building

Authors

  • Thomas Wolff
    • AHEC/Community PartnersUniversity of Massachusetts Medical School
Article

DOI: 10.1023/A:1010330730421

Cite this article as:
Wolff, T. Am J Community Psychol (2001) 29: 263. doi:10.1023/A:1010330730421

Abstract

The future holds great promise for community coalitions as powerful interventions for community change. Community change is envisioned as: working with whole communities; increasing grassroots and civic engagement; promoting diversity, collaboration and, advocacy; increasing roles for professional technical assistance and evaluation; future changes in the role of government; and the building of healthy communities. Examples of these dimensions follow, as contributed by activists from a wide range of fields.

coalition buildinghealthy communitiesgrassroots engagementcollaborationadvocacytechnical assistance

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