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Archive for October 2014

Talking across space – how do we engage across great distances?

Australian landscape
In the run up to our Engage 2014 conference , we are exploring the conference themes of 'Captivating places; Captivating ideas; Captivating people: Unlocking the potential of curiosity-driven engagement'. Here, Louella McCarthy, Graduate School of...

Random thoughts on engaging people

In the run up to our Engage 2014 conference , we are exploring the conference themes of 'Captivating places; Captivating ideas; Captivating people: Unlocking the potential of curiosity-driven engagement'. Here, Budd Hall, UNESCO Chair in Community-...

Space: The final frontier for public engagement?

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In the run up to our Engage 2014 conference , we are exploring the conference themes of 'Captivating places; Captivating ideas; Captivating people: Unlocking the potential of curiosity-driven engagement'. Here, Eliot Marston, Acting Head of Research...

Engaging places

Fun Palaces
In the run up to our Engage 2014 conference , we are exploring the conference themes of 'Captivating places; Captivating ideas; Captivating people: Unlocking the potential of curiosity-driven engagement'. Here, Stella Duffy, Co-Director and Founder...

Why CUPs are just my cup of tea

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Mandy Naylor, Shared Future CIC , is an Associate for the UK Community Partner Network (UKCPN). Here, she shares her thoughts on community-university partnerships. If you’d have asked me what I thought of CUPs three years ago, I’d have said ‘ Err…...