Commissioned by UKRI, this summary report shares discussions with community representatives about how to improve the ways in which knowledge is produced, used and communicated across the UK. These discussions focused on how the research and innovation (R&I) system can more equitably involve those community groups and organisations with less power or representation.
An equitable future for research and innovation
Building sustained community involvement in knowledge production
Previewing our upcoming report, Helen Goulden looks for the ‘S’ in ESG – and asks if political and economic turbulence could knock it into the long grass?
Peer research can meaningfully involve communities in generating evidence – but Zoe Dibb says more must be done to evaluate quality and effectiveness.
Emily Morrison discusses new research from Institute for Community Studies on the Third Sector podcast.
Mark Pepper is driving climate action at Ambition Lawrence Weston, a housing estate on the outskirts of Bristol.
Assessing opportunities and potential to develop policy that supports our national journey to net zero, enabling all UK communities to participate and thrive.