Join us for a day of workshops and presentations about how to create an ethical engagement practice and engage with controversial research topics.
Part of our Environmental Engagement in Practice programme, 'Ethics of engagement and dealing with controversy' is a free, online, day-long event that will explore the ethical considerations needed to do engagement well.
We will reflect on the role that values play when working with, and planning, engagement, discuss how to plan thoughtful engagement on controversial research topics and how to engage with the media, and take account of the ethical considerations we need to make along the way.
This event will include interactive workshops, discussions and panels with opportunities for you to join breakout discussions with fellow practitioners and reflect on the ethics and values of your own practice.
The full event agenda will be shared closer to the day.
Is this event for me?
This event is intended for anyone working with environmental research with an interest in engagement and knowledge exchange, particularly those with some engagement experience, who are keen to reflect on their own practices and develop new insights into how to improve their work.
- Environmental researchers (PhD and above; project staff)
- Policy makers working with environmental research / researchers
- Creative and community practitioners working with environmental research
- Others who can demonstrate a connection with environmental research to their work
This event is intended for those working in the UK or with projects linked to UK funding or collaborators. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
To confirm your eligibility, please complete the registration form. The NCCPE reviews all forms and will be in touch to confirm your place within 2 weeks of registration. We will share the event agenda, joining link and additional information closer to the session.
Registration will close on Thursday 1st September or when we reach maximum capacity. We recommend booking early to secure your place!
Previous and upcoming events
This event is the second in a three-part series, led by the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) and funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC):
- Public engagement skills (25th May 2022, 10.00-16.00)
- Ethics of engagement and dealing with controversy (6th September 2022, 10.00-16.00)
- Evaluation, sustainability and making a case (12th January 2023, 10.00-16.00)
Get in touch
If you have any questions or queries about this event, please do contact us:
The Environmental Engagement in Practice programme was developed as part of the NERC Researcher Engage Academy.