Community Management

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Communicating with your stakeholders and community of interest is vital to ensure you are representing them in both programming and operations.

A community consultation policy or strategy helps define the communties of interest your station will target as members, listeners and volunteers. On top of this a community radio station should have a plan or procedure for engaging your communities of interest.

This research commissioned by the CBF provides data you can use to articulate the importance of your station to stakeholders and better understand your staff, volunteers and listeners.

When done well, community engagement offers a window to understanding and responding to the needs of your community – and it can also be lots of fun!

Community moblilisation is the process whereby members of a community identify a need, rally support and work towards an outcome for the benefit or development of the greater community.

Guides, resources and videos to help community radio stations further involve people with disabilities.

Designed for staff, volunteers and committee members at Australian community radio stations, this toolkit highlights the need for and benefits of political engagement as well as providing easy to follow insights into how to do it successfully.

How the CBAA can help
Political Engagement Toolkit

Designed for staff, volunteers and committee members at Australian community radio stations, this toolkit highlights the need for and benefits of political engagement as well as providing easy to follow insights into how to do it successfully.