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Centre for Citizenship and Community

Established in 2013 in partnership with the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) and in collaboration with the Personal Social Services Research Unit at the London School of Economics, the Centre for Citizenship and Community is concerned with research approaches that are co-produced, and with building research evidence that emphasises the importance of working with community capacity and assets. It brings together UCLan academics and external expert associates passionate about tackling social injustice and enhancing the social connectedness and health of communities.

Contact

If you would like more information please contact:

Prof David Morris - Director Eden Building, Room ER309, University of Central Lancashire, Preston PR1 2HE 01772 895461 | DMorris1@uclan.ac.uk

Dr Julie Ridley - Co-Director Eden Building, Room ER324, University of Central Lancashire, Preston PR1 2HE 01772 893402 | JRidley1@uclan.ac.uk

Jez Buffin - Business Planning & Development Lead (Academic enquiries) Eden Building, Room ER317, University of Central Lancashire, Preston PR1 2HE 01772 895408 | JBuffin@uclan.ac.uk

 

Connected Communities and Covid-19

  • CIE0121 - The impact of COVID-19 on education and children’s services Suzanne Wilson and David Morris 
  • The Community Connectors Response to Covid-19 Julie Ridley
  • Child Poverty: The impact of COVID-19 on families in West Cumbria Child Poverty Forum West Cumbria
  • A wasted opportunity to achieve a greener, connected community? Jez Buffin 
  • We Don’t Need No Education: Coronavirus and the Battle for Our Children’s Welfare Jez Buffin
  • A Slice of Normal - How one little note brought a street together in a time of lock down Dr. Sarah Shorrock
  • Action for Youth Citizenship - A moral imperative Suzanne Wilson
  • Viral Connectivity - research for a new politics of community Prof David Morris 
  • ESOL and Covid-19: Developing community capital in times of disconnection Grete Smith
  • In the same storm maybe, but not in the same boat - who will pay the price for recovery from Covid-19? Jez Buffin 
  • Coronavirus aftermath: How do communities recover from trauma? Suzanne Wilson 
  • Response to Parliamentary Select Committee on the impact of COVID-19 on Left behind white pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds: Call for Evidence  Suzanne Wilson

Blogs

Making social housing social – by Steve Broome

"Over the last few years the Centre for Citizenship and Community has been working with social housing provider Orbit on how to build not just houses, but communities. I’ve been privileged to have worked with Orbit and Centre colleagues on this project, and ahead of a seminar on Active Citizenship, Belonging, and the Role of Housing Providers, this blog gives a summary of some aspects of the work"

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Related articles

  • Preston town hall

    Preston City Council funded Dr Julian Manley and Professor Lynn Froggett to conduct research into how co-operative developments in Preston could help to increase local economic investment.

    Wednesday 8 September 2021