Communities of Practice (CoP) are a great way to communicate and discuss ideas and good practice models with like minded people. Through such forums you can interact and engage on issues with people involved in homelessness from around Australia.
Communities of Practice can be set up as an open discussion (meaning anyone can join in) or as a closed discussion (a discussion that may be sensitive in nature or is for a specific group of people).
You can share your ideas and you can share documents, research papers, articles and data. You can determine who you share your information with.
You must register to become a CoP user. Once you have registered, you will be sent a username and password. You can follow the CoP link and enter your username and password to participate in our Communities of Practice.
To request the set up of a closed forum on a particular topic please contact us.
If you are experienced in the topic area and willing to devote a few hours a week to monitoring discussions within particular forums, we may ask you to become a CoP moderator.
Visit the Homelessness Clearinghouse Communities of Practice site.