This chapter reflects more generally on community development itself and highlights key points that emerge from the previous chapters. This gives a signal that the need for work to be undertaken within community development organisations is as pressing as the need to engage with other organisations and with European policy issues. The discussion considers intercultural community development, maintaining community development's breadth, new issues, the challenge of outcomes, developing standards of good practice, and supporting new ‘players’ based on CEBSD's experience.
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