As part of the 2014 Connected Communities Festival, the project team hosted a series of events to invite others to find out about the 'Starting from Values' project and get involved in the next stage of our collaborative work.
Below detail of past events:
Tuesday 1st July - 11:45 to 12:45 - Dahl room, St David’s Hotel - Session B3 in the programme
Wednesday 2nd July - 12:00 to 13:00 - Roald room, St David's Hotel - Session B14 in the programme
These short 1-hour workshops will provide a facilitated space for participants to have a ‘taste’ of the creative and rigorous approaches being co-developed in our ‘Starting from Values’ CC18 Legacy project. Open to participants at the Festival, though we strongly encourage partners of Connected Communities projects to attend.
The activities in the sessions will be based on a values-based ‘legacy tool’ which has already been shown to be effective with civil society groups, and which is now being re-developed for the Connected Communities context. We expect participants to leave the session with new ways of thinking about their project or organisations’ legacies. It will also be an opportunity to learn from each other and explore whether and hope we might like to work alongside each other in the future.
The workshops will be facilitated by:
Other members of the project team will also be there to help, including:
This full-day workshop will take place on Thursday 3rd July at St David's Hotel (the main Festival venue).
The workshop is by invitation only and designed for either project teams or partner organisations from AHRC-funded projects. In particular, we are looking for projects or partners interested in being involved in the 'Starting from Values' CC18 project. This will be an opportunity to use the 'legacy tool' being developed in our project and have some support to develop localised creative and rigorous approaches to systematic data collection to evidence less tangible legacies.
The workshop will be tailored to the participating groups and will introduce participants to the tools designed for understanding values-based, often deemed 'intangible', legacies of collaborative research projects.
If you would be interested in attending the workshop, please contact Elona Hoover: E.Hoover[at]brighton.ac.uk