Social Infrastructure Action Points
Around the world there’s a growing understanding that when communities invest in social infrastructure they’re investing in their future. But what does social infrastructure look like in regional Australia, and what makes a successful social infrastructure project?
These are important practical questions for communities that we have been able to answer and is available in bite-size information chunks through the Action Points below.
At the core of social infrastructure are assets, services and relationships. Agricultural show committees, hospitals and early childhood education programs are all part of the mix, but social infrastructure is more than bricks and mortar – it’s the social and collaborative processes that make it such a rich asset for communities. To find out more check out the action points and share your learnings.
The complete Action Points can be read here:
Managing Social Infrastructure Projects
Measuring the Economic Benefits of Social Infrastructure
Find out more about our social infrastructure work here