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Imagining better policy: Evidence published by House of Lords Select Committee

Posted on October 24 2017 in News, News & Updates

In September The House of Lords Select Committee on Citizenship and Civic engagement sent out a call for evidence to individuals, groups and organisations who might be able to provide an insight into some of the challenges facing people and…

Doing research differently: imagining better communities in local and global contexts

Posted on May 16 2017 in Events, News

20 June 2017, 10:00 – 16:30 My Place, Rotherham, S65 1PH A day workshop on the subject of communities and universities working together to co-produce research, set in the context of our research which looked at civic engagement and imagining…

Common Cause Research Survey

Posted on January 27 2017 in News, News & Updates

Common Cause  is a new project aiming to improve diversity in art and humanities research. The project will examine collaborations between universities and black and minority ethnic communities in arts and humanities research. Common Cause have just launched a survey…

Maggie Laidlaw visit to Charleston WV– Charleston Gazette-Mail interview

Posted on January 24 2017 in News, News & Updates, Uncategorised

Charleston visitor imagines better communities across boundaries The Charleston Gazette-Mail’s Douglas Imbrogno has interviewed Maggie Laidlaw during a visit to West Virginia as part of the Imagine Project, in collaboration with Eric Lassiter at the Marshall University Graduate Humanities Program….

Imagine Hillfields Podcast: Imagining the Past and Future of Community

Posted on November 28 2016 in News, News & Updates

The Sociological Review‘s Mark Carrigan has interviewed Mick Carpenter and Ben Kyneswood from our Imagine Hillfields project. The Imagine Hillfields project is part of the Imagine project and our team at Warwick University worked in Hillfields, Coventry, site of the…

Film about the Imagine project launched

Posted on September 7 2016 in News, News & Updates

Today we are excited to launching a new film about the Imagine project to coincide with our fourth annual event. Our community partners at Kirklees TV have co-produced the film with us and have spoken to a wide range of…