NCRM/ESRC application Participatory Action Research (PAR): Participatory Theatre and Walking Methods’ Potential for Co-producing knowledge
This project on research methods addresses the UK social science community's need to gain a better understanding of how participatory action research approaches engage marginalised groups in research as co-producers of knowledge. It combines walking methods and participatory theatre to create a space for exploring, sharing and documenting processes of belonging and place making that are crucial to understanding and enacting citizenship. Participatory Action Research, based on the principles of inclusion, valuing all voices and action-oriented interventions allows for engaging marginalized groups into research as a citizenship practice. By doing so the project meets the aims of NCRM's methodological initiative and the interest shown by social science researchers to address the methodological problems associated with researching hard to reach communities. It also responds to the ESRC's thematic priorities 'Influencing Behaviour' and 'A Vibrant and Fair Society'.
- NCRM/ESRC application Participatory Action Research (PAR): Participatory Theatre and Walking Methods’ Potential for Co-producing knowledge
- Participatory Arts based Methods for Civic Engagement In Migrant Support Organizations
- Participation Arts and Social Action in Research - PASAR
- Asylum, Migration and Community: towards a sense of Belonging