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Title: Aktywizacja i oddolna inicjatywa mieszkańców jako metody działania na rzecz rozwoju lokalnego jednostek pomocniczych gminy na przykładzie sołectw
Other Titles: Activation and grassroots initiative of residents as a method of action for the development of municipality support on the example of municipal subdivisions
Authors: Biniasz-Celka, Danuta
Keywords: activation
grassroots initiative
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM
Citation: Studia Prawa Publicznego, 2019, Nr 1 (25) s. 145-160
Abstract: Activation and grassroots initiative of inhabitants are components of social change affecting local development. It is here that ideas materialise through the actions of individuals. It is assumed that development always exists in an active relation to social and cultural change, involving human, financial, environmental and infra­structural resources. It includes primarily community interactions of individuals in the process of activation for the local environment. The study assumed the hy­pothesis that activation and grass-roots initiative have a significant impact on local development of auxiliary units. The management of local affairs is based on the assumption that inhabitants of a certain area constitute a community aware of their needs and objectives, able to manage their own affairs independently. Activation and development of the community is defined as a collective undertaking, which requires, among other things, emotional commitment and effort of residents. It is a process that follows the steps of planned operation which involves preparing the action programme, establishing the aim, and setting ways to its implementation. At the same time there must be determined a method which will allow to achieve the intended effectiveness of the undertaking. Comprehensive understanding of activation and grassroots initiative indicates the role of development planning, strategy, and the importance of citizen participation in building a better future for their own socio-cultural environment. Activation within the meaning of citizen activation is associated with the search for independence and identification with the community and place as a “little homeland.”
DOI: 10.14746/spp.2019.1.25.7
ISSN: 2300-3936
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