CRFR in consultation with ResearchImpact in Canada and the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) have developed a Manifesto for Partnerships between Universities and Non-academics.

The manifesto can be used as a tool for people interested in research partnerships, whether from third or public sector organisations, or researchers themselves. Whatever stage of partnership people are in, the manifesto can be used for discussion, development and reflection during partnership research. It can help to ensure everyone is on the same page, by setting out key considerations for open discussion. When partnerships are not going well it might be a tool for reflecting together or separately on what issues exist and how they might be addressed.

Read CRFR Co-Director Sarah Morton’s blog on the manifesto here.

Download a copy of the manifesto.

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