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  • '''Community-led initiatives''' (CLIs) are any form of action undertaken by self-organised groups of peo Use of the term ''community-led'' stresses the leadership of and within communities that take initiativ
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  • ...t to reach its full potential. However, recent years have seen several key initiatives that seek to address this, including major new formal research projects and == Research About, With, For and By Community-Led Initiatives ==
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  • '''Resourcing of community-led initiatives''' usually depends on a combination of monetary and non-monetary inputs, wi ...ancial performance of CLIs undertaken in the TESS project, the majority of initiatives (76.19%) reported that they had managed to cover their costs during 2014, c
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  • ...in place appropriate legislation and enabling frameworks for community-led initiatives. As an essential first step, it requires removing legislative barriers and, ...elopment work of all kinds, at both programme level and that of individual initiatives.
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  • ...ong with [[Community energy]], [[Solidarity economy]] and various forms of community food initiative are found across the whole of Europe, though distribution o == Aims of Community-Led Initiatives ==
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  • <!--A few introductory sentences about the theory/movement in connection to community-led action on climate change and sustainability -- keep the same frame of r ...ot account for the multitude of non-monetary benefits that [[community-led initiatives]] can offer. Consequently, mainstream economic policy making, which is info
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Slovenia --> ...nity-led action is carried out by NGOs (officially) and sometimes by civil initiatives (inoficcial). Slovenia has a long history of farming cooperatives. Ecologic
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Romania --> ...veloping democratic country and after joining the EU in 2007 community-led initiatives began to thrive more than before. Today, thousands of NGOs are active in th
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Ireland --> ...ople’s Energy Charter set up in 2013, and outlined below, is an example of community led public participation. Since 2015 the Local Authorities across the Repu
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Estonia --> ...itiative in Estonia.<ref> https://transitionnetwork.org/transition-near-me/initiatives/. Accessed on June 10th 2018</ref>
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  • ...ial Innovation, in english, 2014-2016) mapped and studied Portuguese local initiatives, their characteristics (e.g., members, focus, resources), their drivers and ...rnational Monetary Fund) and majority of projects focused on Education and Community building, followed by sustainable agroforestry and farming.
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  • ...ifferent stages of development on their website. A strong concentration of initiatives can be found in and around Bologna.<ref> http://transitionitalia.it/mappe/. ...as a model for a sustainable society.<ref>http://www.damanhur.org/en/live-community/united-nations-award. Accessed on June 4th 2018</ref>
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Albania --> == Community Energy in Albania ==
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Austria --> ...tiatives in Austria.<ref> https://transitionnetwork.org/transition-near-me/initiatives/. Accessed on June 10th 2018</ref>
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Belgium --> ...tiatives in Belgium.<ref> https://transitionnetwork.org/transition-near-me/initiatives/. Accessed on 10 June 10 2018</ref>
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Bulgaria --> == Community Energy in Bulgaria ==
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Croatia --> ...tiatives in Croatia.<ref> https://transitionnetwork.org/transition-near-me/initiatives/. Accessed on June 10th 2018</ref>
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  • ...world. Britain is thus home to many of the longest-established Transition initiatives, and shows examples of various patterns of establishment, growth, maturatio ...> This figure reflects apparent decline in the number of active Transition initiatives in Britain, for various reasons, since around 2010.
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Cyprus --> == Community Energy in Cyprus ==
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  • '''Learning''' processes are central to [[community-led initiatives]], at multiple levels and in many different ways. == Forms of learning in specific movements of community-led initiatives ==
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  • == The Contemporary Political Context of Community-Led Action == * [[Governance in community-led initiatives]]
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  • ...mber 2017. It investigated 20 transnational networks and over 100 local SI initiatives across 27 countries, active on a large variety of issues. Empirically groun ...economy, banking, agriculture, material production, design, education and community life.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Knowledge and learning in community-led initiatives]]
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  • | <big>'''Community-led action<br>by countries:'''</big> |[[Community-led initiatives in Albania|Albania]]
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  • ...to climate change in the Paris Agreement of 2015. Meantime, community-led initiatives had taken their own steps to explore positive responses to climate change, ...t the mere survival of the human civilisation as we know it. Community-led initiatives are often not reacting to these concerns, but rather with positive action t
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  • TESS was an EU-funded FP7 project on [[community-based initiatives]], which ran from 2013 to 2016. ...10/Tess_Policy_Brief_GHG.pdf ''Potential of Community-based Sustainability Initiatives to Mitigate Climate Change - Results from TESS.'']</ref>
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  • <!--A few introductory sentences about the theory/movement in connection to community-led action on climate change and sustainability -- keep the same frame of r ==Research on {{PAGENAME}} and community-led initiatives==
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  • [[File:Market2.jpg|thumb|Community-led economy values people and resources.]]With the climate crisis <!--A few introductory sentences about the theory/movement in connection to community-led action on climate change and sustainability -- keep the same frame of r
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in the Czech Republic --> == Community Energy in the Czech Republic ==
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  • <!--A few introductory sentences about the theory/movement in connection to community-led action on climate change and sustainability -- keep ==Research on {{PAGENAME}} and community-led initiatives==
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  • ...local government then there can be no room for the growth of Community led initiatives or organizations. ...which focus on the development of useful everyday skills and connects more community members to the organization and to one another (Simon et al. 2012).
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  • ...''Status Report 2019''', the first edition of the ECOLISE Status Report on community-led action on sustainability and climate change, was initiated in 2017 and ...of the documented extent, nature, impacts and potential of [[community-led initiatives]] (CLIs) in Europe, incorporating relevant academic studies, grey literatur
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  • == What is a Community of Practice? == == Elements of a Community of Practice ==
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  • ...ong with [[Community energy]], [[Solidarity economy]] and various forms of community food initiative are found across the whole of Europe, though distribution o == Aims of Community-Led Initiatives ==
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  • <!-- Page title: Community-led initiatives in Greece --> ...itiatives in Greece.<ref> https://transitionnetwork.org/transition-near-me/initiatives/. Accessed on June 10th 2018</ref>
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