We work pro-actively with both local and national stakeholders, including policy influencers, cultural organisations, community groups, members of the creative economy and government.
We publish guides, briefings and reports to ensure our research findings are available and accessible so that the broader benefits of everyday participation to society are widely shared.
Young Adults and Community Land Management
Inclusive Cultural Strategies for an Ageing Population
Valuing parks and their communities 2017
Interim briefing on the Aberdeen case study 2015
Aberdeen briefing document 2014
Understanding everyday participation in Gateshead 2014
Manchester-Salford: Stakeholder Briefing 2014
Understanding Everyday Participation: the effect of place and space on patterns of participation in libraries and leisure centres
Valuing Participation: The cultural and everyday activities of young people in care