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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Greater than the sum of its parts: What works in sustaining community-university partnerships

Posted on March 18 2016 in News & Updates

Susanne Martikke, Andrew Church and Angie Hart from our Social Context group have written a report on community partner and academic experiences of working together based on the findings of their research with people working in community-university partnerships across the UK….

Article: How we created safe spaces for women and girls in Rotherham (The Conversation)

Posted on March 11 2016 in News & Updates

How we created safe spaces for women and girls in Rotherham Kate Pahl, University of Sheffield and Zanib Rasool, University of Sheffield Recent media reporting about the town of Rotherham in northern England has been overwhelmingly negative. As one 16-year-old…

Empowering communities and making change happen – 9 March 2016, NCVO, London

Posted on March 8 2016 in Events

We are running a policy seminar with the Department for Communities and Local Government and National Council for Voluntary Organisations, supported by the Economic and Social Research Council. The aim of the workshop is to share the emerging findings from…

Making Connections – Kim Aumann provides an update from our Social Context workpackage

Posted on March 1 2016 in News & Updates

The Social Context focuses on building and using a multi-faceted network of people (a community of practice), connecting sites across the UK and Europe, to explore ways of using the idea of resilience to tackle social inequalities. Our community partner,…

Imagine Newsletter – Issue 4

Posted on March 1 2016 in News & Updates

Our fourth Imagine Project newsletter is out now click here to read. The newsletter includes: Recent events – Imagining Benwell, Park Hill re-imagined, Change your space to suit you more? The architecture of your home. Upcoming events – Empowering communities…