Common Cause examines collaborations between universities and Black and minority ethnic communities in Arts and Humanities research. It seeks to engage with both university and community based researchers in order to understand how they are working together, sharing good practice and could further develop mutual value. This project will map out routes to greater inclusion that enable the rich diversity of the UK population today to fully participate. The team would like to hear from anyone who has been involved in a university-community collaboration with a Black or ethnic minority community.
This particular survey will help them to learn more about these collaborations. It should take less than 10 minutes to complete. The first part asks about specific project(s). This information will be added to a new online public database of past and present projects and inform the direction of future workshops and face-to-face interviews. The second part of the survey asks general questions about your collaborative relationships. This information will help us shape future workshops and interviews.
If you have been involved in a collaboration either as an academic or a community participant please complete the survey here: Common Cause Survey.
You can find out more about the project on the Common Cause Website.