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I have been following a UK project 'Pathways through Participation' and they just sent me an update. Anyone interested in citizen/civil society participation may find this information helpful.

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Project Update no.1 (December 2011) 

The Pathways through Participation project has now officially ended, but as we said in the final edition of our newsletter in September, we will occasionally email short updates to keep people informed of the follow-up initiatives that may be taking place.

It’s now three months since we launched our final report, so it seemed a good time to update you on what we’ve been doing. It’s also a good opportunity to wish you all a Merry Christmas!

Section headings:

After the launch
8 lessons for future research
Worth a read
Don’t forget

After the launch

To help people engage with our findings and think about the implications of the research for practice and policy, we organised a number of learning events focusing on specific themes. The briefing papers that were launched at these events and the event write-ups are now available to download:

8 Lessons for future research

The Pathways through Participation project has been a fantastic project to be involved in. Everybody in the team has learnt a great deal in the process and we wanted to share some of that learning with others. In the briefing paper research, engagement and impact we reflect on our approach and the research methods/tools we used, and highlight 8 practical lessons for future research.

Worth a read

The research findings have inspired a number of people to write some thought-provoking blogs, including:

Tim who worked on the project at Involve and his colleagues have been particularly prolific writers:

We also wrote a blog during Trustees’ Week Encouraging trusteeship: sharing learning from Pathways through Par....

Don't forget

All our outputs from the project are available in the Resources section of the Pathways website, including our literature review on participation and report on participatory mapping.

Contact details

If you would like more information on the project, please contact:
• Ellie Brodie - ellie.brodie@ncvo-vol.org.uk or 020 7520 2548
• Tim Hughes - tim@involve.org.uk or 020 7920 6473
• Nick Ockenden - nick.ockenden@ivr.org.uk or 020 7520 8931

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If you have any questions or comments, or would like to unsubscribe from future updates, please let us know by emailing: pathwaysthroughparticipation@ncvo-vol.org.uk
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