Research and Training Materials
Research has played an important role in the history of Neighbourhood Centres across the world. NCQ produces and gathers this research and makes it available to the wider public to raise awareness of social issues, approaches to community-led work and the value of Neighbourhood Centres locally and globally. Free training materials are also available for the general public on key topics so that Neighbourhood Centres can share their knowledge and expertise with those outside of their immediate sector to create systems change and community transformation.
Do you have a resource to share?
Do you have a research paper or resource that relates to, or could benefit, Neighbourhood and Community Centres? We’d love to share it in our resource library. Please email .
Contributors from Multiple Disciplines
Research and resources have been contributed by NCQ, university partners, academics, community development practitioners and world-renowned experts.
Partnerships with Research Institutions
Neighbourhood Centres Queensland works with research insitutions across Queensland, including Griffith University and the University of Queensland.