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SOCIAL CAPITAL

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Monday 15 August
S03 ENGAGING PEOPLE: BUILDING SOCIAL CAPITAL I
Chair: Geoff Woolcock The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Room: GH4/Door 5
10.40am Interaction, Innovation and Solutions: The Role of Meso Level Social Capital in Cross-Scale Engagement in Landscape Management Angela Wardell-Johnson Murdoch University, Murdoch, Australia
11.00am Social Capital and Community Relations in Northern Ireland Jenny Muir Institute of Governance, Queen’s University, Belfast, Ireland
11.20am Social Capital, Communities and Recent Rationales for the Performing Arts Kay Ferres Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia
11.40am Building Social Capital in Rural Areas: Does Public Action Help? Claudio Cecchi & Elisabetta Basile University of Roma “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy
S32 ENGAGING PEOPLE: SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS
Chair: Robyn Keast Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Room: GH4/Door 5
4.30pm Social Inclusion, Social Exclusion and Social Closure Malcolm Alexander Griffith University, Nathan, Australia
4.50pm Networks in New Communities: Addition, Subtraction or Division? Ted Rosenblatt The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
5.10pm Documenting the Development of Social Capital in a Community Safety Promotion Coalition using Social Network Analysis Dale Hanson James Cook University, Slade Point, Australia

Tuesday 16 August
S53 STRENGTHENING COMMUNITIES
Chair: Geoff Lawrence The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Room: P1
11.30am Local Heroes? Learning from Recent Community Strengthening Initiatives in Victoria John Wiseman Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
11.50am Fundraising Success is not Accidental – It’s about Engaging Communities David Zerman & Sarah Barzel Possibility Australia, Elsternwick, Australia
12.10pm Pohangina Valley Landscape and Community Development Terry Parminter AgResearch Ltd, Hamilton, New Zealand
S56 ENGAGING SYSTEMS: SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Chair: TBC
Room: P4
11.30am National Capacity, Local Expertise – Building the Job Futures Network Sheridan Dudley Job Futures, Sydney, Australia
11.50am The Role of Social Enterprise and the Social Entrepreneur in Innovative and Effective Community Building, Especially for Disadvantaged Communities Cheryl Kernot Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, University of Oxford, London, UK
12.10pm Smart City: Social Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement in a Rural Regional City Leo Bartlett Australasian Institute for Social Entrepreneurship, Brisbane, Australia
S65 ENGAGING PEOPLE: BUILDING SOCIAL CAPITAL II
Chair: Wil Brown Queensland Dept of Communities, Brisbane, Australia
Room: M4
2.20pm Social Capital in Post-Conflict Communities Aileen Toohey The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
2.40pm Trust, Reciprocity and Institutional Design: Lessons from Behavioural Economics Vittorio Pelligra University of Cagliari, Cagliari, Italy
3.00pm Strengthening Decentralized Governance for Human Security Devyani Mani United Nations Centre for Regional Development, Nagoya, Japan

Wednesday 17 August
S92 MAJOR PANEL – THE SCHOLARSHIP OF SOCIAL CAPITAL CIRCA 2005 – WHERE ARE WE AT? PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY THE WORLD BANK
Chair: Geoff Woolcock Research Manager, UQ Boilerhouse Community Service & Research Centre, Brisbane, Australia
Room: GH3/Door 9
  Michael Woolcock The World Bank & Harvard University, Washington, USA
  Karen Healy University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
  Andrew Leigh Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
  Jenny Onyx University of Technology Sydney, Australia
S96 ENGAGING SYSTEMS: MEASURING SOCIAL CAPITAL
Chair: Andrea Lanyon Queensland Dept of Communities, Brisbane, Australia
Room: M3
11.00am Re-Interpreting Social Capital – A Political Hijack or Useful Structural Concept in Community Regeneration? Kate Brooks Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
11.20am Community Engagement, Social Capital and Trust: Findings from the Resilient Communities Project and their Implications for Understanding Community Engagement Ralph Matthews The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
11.40am Community Based Performance Monitoring (CBPM): Empowering and Giving Voice to Local Communities Jim Edgerton Social Development Dept of the World Bank, Tuerong, Australia
12.00pm A National Approach to Measuring Social Capital Elizabeth Davis Australian Bureau of Statistics, Canberra, Australia