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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Blog: Steve Pool on plans for the Imagine Project’s fourth annual event

Posted on April 26 2016 in News & Updates

Plans are under way for Imagine’s fourth annual event in Sheffield on 6th and 7th September 2016. With a focus on the Cultural aspects of civic engagement we are pleased to announce our two key note speakers, leading cultural thinker Francois…

A blog on women, community and volunteering from Maggie Laidlaw

Posted on April 19 2016 in Uncategorised

Maggie Laidlaw is a PhD Research Student in Sociology at the University of Edinburgh and her PhD project ‘Women, community and volunteering: Who’s got time for that?’ is part of the Imagine Project’s Democratic work package. Her project focusses on the…

Creating Living Knowledge Report from the AHRC’s Connected Communities Programme

Posted on April 19 2016 in News & Updates

The AHRC Connected Communities final report is now out and can be downloaded here. The report, by Keri Facer and Bryony Enright, focuses on the infrastructure, time and diversity required to build high quality research partnerships. It is an engaging and…

Imagining Better Futures – 7 September 2016, Millennium Gallery, Sheffield

Posted on April 8 2016 in Events, News & Updates

Save the date! We are co-producing a bringing together of the Imagine Project’s work next year at the Millennium Gallery, Sheffield. Together we will reflect on what we have learnt from our combined work with communities across the Imagine Project…