Thursday 11th and Friday 12th July, 2019
A two day course for doctoral students and members of community organisations.
The objectives of the course are to:
Enable participants to develop critical understandings of the uses, advantages and limitations of PAR, and an ability to draw on a range of theoretical and practical insights.
Develop participants’ awareness of ethical and political challenges in PAR, particularly in community-university partnership working, and strategies for handling these.
Facilitate the development of participants’ confidence in working with the complexities of PAR within different disciplines and settings.
Offer participants the experience of learning and understanding through active participation during the course, particularly through the co-inquiry group model.
Develop participants’ understanding of the impacts that PAR may have, and processes for creating and capturing these.
Timing: the course will start at 10.30 on Day 1 and finish at 16.00 on Day 2.
How to apply: Places are limited to 40, so early booking is advisable. If you are a member of a community organisation interested in attending please complete the online application form for community organisations. If you are a doctoral student, please complete the online application form for doctoral students.
The closing date is Friday 12th April, 2019 (5pm).
Costs: The course is free for PhD students from NINEDTP Universities: Durham, Newcastle, Northumbria, Queens Belfast, Teesside and Ulster, and for members of community organisations.
£60 to attend for postgraduate research students from other Universities. This fee includes meals during the two days, but doesn’t include overnight accommodation.
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