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Emma Newbury

Person 19 March 2024

Emma’s expertise is in designing, leading and implementing participatory research to drive understanding of social justice. She has worked internationally with governments, institutions and charities.

Jack Layton

Person 19 March 2024

Jack is passionate about making our towns and cities better places to live. As part of the team at the Institute for Community Studies, he works to ensure people’s voices across the country are heard and their needs prioritised.

Leaving no one behind in transition to net zero: report from our policy roundtable

Publication 18 March 2024

Contributions to our roundtable event with the Foundation for Science and Technology and Nuffield Foundation, hosted at the British Academy.

Youth forum to influence ‘lasting solutions to a complex environmental challenge’

News 15 March 2024

Opportunity puts 16- to 25-year-olds at the heart of a vital debate around nuclear waste, enabling community and youth involvement in shaping solutions that will have a multiple-generation impact

Introduction to peer research course

6 June 2024
9:30am – 3:30pm

This online course is for organisations wishing to develop their peer research project management skills in-house. A previous participant said: “I learnt a lot and feel inspired.”

Young people tackle the crisis and causes of youth violence

News 12 March 2024

The Peer Action Collective (PAC) addresses the escalating crisis of youth safety and violence, uncovering root causes and taking positive action to address them.

Rachael McNiven

Person 7 March 2024

Rachael delivers creative design solutions, impactful visual communications, multimedia, and social media content. Passionate about supporting organisations working towards social justice, sustainability, and better-connected communities, she has worked for a variety of charities, not-for-profits and academic clients.

CiviCast: A history of the Civic University movement

Blog 7 March 2024

In this podcast, our Senior Research Manager Tania Carregha interviews Professor John Goddard OBE.

Nearly three in four professionals experience ‘discriminatory or exclusionary’ behaviour

News 7 March 2024

Research with 12 professional membership and regulatory bodies reveals growing scepticism among professionals that EDI initiatives are ‘box-ticking’ exercises.

Cristina Wilkinson Salamea

Person 6 March 2024

Cristina is a mixed-methods social researcher with an MSc in sociology from the University of Edinburgh. She has more than seven years’ experience working in research and evaluation in agency, charity and academic settings.

Beyond buzzwords – Embedding a systemic approach to EDI across the UK’s professions

Publication 4 March 2024

Report involving more than 7,000 members and learners from 12 professional bodies in the UK offers insights into experiences of EDI initiatives.

Net zero policy risks making the poor poorer

News 20 February 2024

Existing net zero transition policies are likely to make the poor poorer and push struggling communities further into deprivation and exclusion, our new report warns.

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