The enhancing place-based partnerships in public engagement is a competitive funding scheme to support eligible research organisations UK-wide to pilot place-based public engagement partnerships and activities. Launched in 2019, I was commissioned by the NCCPE to undertake a scoping review that would eventually inform the funding process and delivery.
The review explored:
‘Place’ is an increasingly important principle for a range of policy interventions, including within research and innovation and in economic and community development.
The review identified three critical areas of challenge in developing effective place-based approaches to research and innovation:
The review was conducted between May and June 2019, and the work I did for this included:
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