ANHLC Honour Roll
The Honour Roll was established to recognise people who have through their work made a significant contribution to the Neighbourhood House and Learning Centre (NH&LC) sector. This work has state wide implications, has been undertaken at a state, regional, network or individual House/Centre level and reflects the community development philosophy, principles and practice of the sector. Confirmation of the inductees is announced at the annual ANHLC Conference dinner as a means of celebrating these achievements with the sector as a whole.
A member organisation may nominate as many people as they consider worthy of nomination; each nomination must be seconded by a different member organisation.
Closing date for nominations this year has been extended to 31 December 2012
The recipient must have done significant work for the NH&LC sector that:
- has had a beneficial effect for Houses and Centres throughout the whole state, or has had a beneficial effect in a regional NH Network, which has resulted in state-wide application.
- reflects the community development philosophy, principles and practice of the sector; and
- has been undertaken from within the sector at the state, regional, network or individual House/Centre level.
Please note that this is not a long-service award and current ANHLC Board or staff members are not eligible for nomination.
The following people have been inducted into the ANHLC Honour Roll as at March 2012:
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