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A blog set up by members of the Community participation in professional practice course at the University of Edinburgh. Membership is open to all those registered on ageofwe. The (…)
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Remaking Society involves collaborators exploring some central themes of the Connected Communities Programme: Working with local partners in demonstrating and assessing participatory (…)
These pages are for entrants to the Our Food Theatre Competition. Details of the competition are on the Our Food website.
‘Enacting community’ is a research project supported by an AHRC Fellowship grant. It begins, officially, in October 2012 and is headed towards a Palgrave book publication in 2014. The (…)
Manaton and East Dartmoor (MED) Theatre is a community-based company located in Dartmoor National Park, UK. MED Theatre capitalizes on its situation within the national park to explore (…)
Banner Theatre is one of Britain’s longest established community theatre companies, with over thirty-five years’ experience of working with trade unions and marginalized and disadvantaged (…)
The Octorama is a large digital arts installation comprising 8 screens and sound sources contained in a darkened immersive space. The concept was developed by Steve Thompson at Teesside (…)
In 2011 a group of people came together to develop a community play. Over 6 months they worked together to tell the Story of the Battle of Stanhope. In March 2012 the play was performed (…)
This project looks at the range of citizens' juries from across the world, used in contrasting ways and with different outcomes over the 40 years since the process was first named (1971) (…)
Comm-uni-ty Learning is developing teaching and learning practice that involves people from all groups in society, especially those whose knowledge has been marginalised or excluded. It (…)