Join Les Back (Goldsmiths), Freya Hellier (podcast producer), and Jim Ripley (Phoenix Community Housing) reflecting on their collaboration for The Fellowship Inn Evaluation
As part of the Social and Economic Justice research stream, this series of events invites Goldsmiths researchers and the organisations with whom they have worked to reflect on their partnerships.
What can public engagement look like in respect to research on social and economic justice? What are the different ways of doing it? What can academic researchers and public organisations offer one other? How can we form equitable and respectful partnerships?
Bringing the researcher and the partner into conversation, the sessions will focus on developing productive, mutually beneficial, and equitable partnerships; sharing skills, knowledge, and expertise; the possibilities for public engagement informed by academic scholarship; and the opportunities for reaching different audiences through collaboration.
In this ‘In conversation with …’ session, join Professor Les Back (Goldsmiths), Freya Hellier (podcast producer), and Jim Ripley (Chief Executive, Phoenix Community Housing) as they reflect on their collaboration for The Fellowship Inn Project Evaluation.
The Social and Economic Justice research stream is cross-disciplinary cohort of Goldsmiths researchers taking a collaborative approach to challenging the inequalities of the 21st century.
This event is open to staff and students at Goldsmiths.
The event will take place online via Zoom. The meeting link will be circulated ahead of the event.
Dates & times
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|20 Jul 2021||10:00am - 11:30am|
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