‘Collaboration for democratic change’ is a guide for practitioners and academics designed to help aid UK-based academics and practitioners build and develop impactful collaborative relationships aimed at producing social and democratic change.
Through participatory research, the Guide explores how collaboration works, when and how it goes wrong, and goes right, offering suggestions for how future collaboration could work best. It’s The Democracy Network’s first step in developing resources to inspire more practitioners and academics to try collaboration for democratic and social change. To work together for a thriving democracy.
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