Sue Kenny

Emeritus Professor Sue Kenny, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Deakin University Sue Kenny’s research interests include the role of third sector organisations in generating and nurturing active citizenship, post-disaster reconstruction, risk society, transnationalism and cosmopolitanism.


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Populism, Democracy and Community Development

Using international perspectives and case studies, this book discusses the relationships between community development and populism in the context of today’s widespread crisis of democracy. Exploring the synergies and contradictions between populism and community development, it offers new ways of understanding and responding to populism.

Policy Press

Challenging The Third Sector

Global Prospects For Active Citizenship

Written by experts this important book explores the vital relationships between active citizenship, civil society and the third sector in different socio-political contexts. Drawing on a range of theory and empirical studies the book will be a useful resource for researchers and practitioners.

Policy Press