Yearbook, calendar, perpetual calendar of local knowledge

The local calendar is a printed publication written, edited and published yearly by the locals, exploring and preserving local memories, events of the recent past in a diary form, helping the development of community collaboration between the locals. The concept does not signify an ‘exemplary’ publication, but makes the readers aware that the events that happen to them within their community carry special and unique value, especially when these are recorded in writing by them. This value may be of local significance only, and may not be interesting beyond the boundaries of the municipality, but this fact is indifferent to local people.


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This article based on the following document: Community development methodological guide