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Jim Cowan writes for the CDJ Blog on his latest book, The Britain Potential, and how community development thinking can adapt to incorporate wider concepts from social and political thinking

Pushpesh Kumar: "Introducing Intersectionality Mary Romero", book review in our latest issue

Éidín Ní Shé: "Ethics in participatory research for health and well-being: cases and commentaries", book review in our latest issue

Michelle Brear: "Silence and voice in participatory processes – causes, meanings and implications for empowerment", recently published in our latest issue

Thomas Lambourne & Suzanne Jenkins: "Enhancing social values, identity and wellbeing: the impact of participatory working with housing association tenants", recently published in our latest issue

Lucy Grimshaw, Lewis Mates & Andie Reynolds: "The challenges and contradictions of state-funded community organizing", recently published in our latest issue

Clementine Hill O’Connor, Micaela Mazzei & Rachel Baker: "Self reliant groups from India to Scotland: lessons from south to north", open-access article from our latest issue

Shana Sabbe et al: "Community sport and social cohesion: in search of the practical understandings of community sport practitioners in Flanders", recently published in our latest issue

Our Editorial for the July issue of the CDJ is now available for advance access! Read our co-Editor Rosie Meade's thoughts on the COVID-19 crisis here, available open-access

Pushpesh Kumar: "Mapping queer ‘celebratory moment’ in India: necropolitics or substantive democracy?", part of our latest special issue on Intersecting Inequalities

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