In this issue, you will find several articles that feature aspects of community practice from across the globe. In addition to these regular features, you may notice that we made a few improvements to the Journal web site. We now have the ability to leave comments and have conversations about any of the materials shared through the Journal. You will find it placed at the end of each article, video, or tool.
In the GJCPP, we look forward to working with practitioners and applied researchers such as you to share quality work, and to foster a learning community that will contribute to ongoing advances in the broad field of Community Practice, both in psychology and related disciplines.
We seek contributions from community practitioners in many fields, including community psychology, but also including community development, public health, community organizing, and others. Please consider sharing your knowledge, insights and accomplishments with the practice community, along with innovations that may help communities throughout the world.