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Webinar: Peer research in the UK policy context

27 May 2021

1pm - 2pm

Zoom

In recent years there has been a growing interest in involving citizens and communities in the creation of public policy and the design and delivery of public services. Local governments and service providers have begun to recognise community members as experts in their own right, equipped with valuable lived experience and an inside understanding of... Find out more

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Webinar: Re-building trust for the COVID decade

14 April 2021

6PM

Zoom

This event is in the past. You can catch up by watching the recording here. Public trust in national government has declined over the last year, amid a perceived mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic across the UK. Britons have instead looked to experts and local leaders for information and advice about the virus, with trust... Find out more

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Understanding local patterns of volunteer activity during COVID-19: three ways to contribute your perspective to DCMS and The Young Foundation’s new research

Together with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), The Young Foundation is conducting new research to understand the various ways in which volunteers have been (and continue to be) active within local authority areas across England during the COVID-19 pandemic. This research will create a greater understanding of the ways in which... Find out more

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Volunteering and Wellbeing during Covid19: Call for Evidence

Have you measured or collected data on the impact of volunteering during Covid-19 as part of your research or practice work? We’re interested in the impact on both individual and collective (or community) wellbeing. What is happening? We’re working with The Wales Centre for Public Policy to undertake a rapid scan and synthesis of the... Find out more