The inclusive role of playgroups in Greater Dandenong

24 December 2007

By Nicole Oke, Janet Stanley and Jacqui Theobald, 2007

This report investigates the ways in which playgroups in Greater Dandenong, a culturally diverse municipality in south-eastern Melbourne, can foster the inclusion of many community groups, and identifies barriers to playgroup attendance for parents and caregivers.

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ISBN 978 1 876250 84 3

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