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Emeritus Professor Sue Kenny

Emeritus Professor Sue Kenny

Position: Emeritus Professor
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Brief Biography

As well as having a long career in teaching
and learning, Professor Sue Kenny
has extensive research and consultancy
experience. Applying her community
development approach, she has worked
with government and non-government
organisations, internationally and in
Australia, in such areas as needs analysis,
strategic planning and evaluation. Examples
of her research consultancies include a
recent project with Surf Coast Shire, Public
Transport Needs (with Dr Phil Connors); a
study of Perceptions of Human Rights for
the Victoria Police (with Dr Kevin Brown);
a study of voluntary activity and community
strengthening Voluntary activity, community
strengthening and local government; the
Integrated Humanitarian Settlement Strategy
Service Support Project (with Stephanie
Lagos, Maria Dimopoulos and Dr Kevin
Brown); Provider; the Social Development
Program for Third Sector Professionals (in the
Republic of Kyrghizstan); and the Economic
and Social Reconstruction Project, (Barati,
Sue is also a co-recipient of ten Australian
Research Council (ARC) Grants. Over the
past ten years, with her co-researchers,
she has investigated the third sector, active
citizenship and social inclusion in a range
of ARC projects. These include Capacity
Building in Indonesian Islamic NGOs;
comparative dimensions of active citizenship:
an analysis of indicators of inclusivity and
exclusivity in civil society; Local Governance,
Multiculturalism and Active Citizenship: The
Case of ArabMuslim Diaspora in the West;
Strategic Philanthropy and Civil Society in
Australia; and Voluntary Associations and
Active Citizenship –Welfare, Democracy and
the Market in Australia, Russia and Sweden.

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