Date(s) - 20/09/2016
10:00 am-4:00 pm
Pavilion Gardens Cafe
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Isabel gives a short presentation on approaches to reporting on the impact of attending music for connection sessions, as part of the second annual MEI Symposium, in Brighton, UK.
The MEI Partnership was formed in June 2014 in response to a capacity building need identified by voluntary and community organisations in Brighton and Hove. The partnership was initiated by Community Works, brokered by Community University Partnership Programme and responded to by the University of Brighton School of Applied Social Science. The partnership has brought together academic knowledge of data collection, analysis and research ethics with intelligence and current experience of sector needs to develop a capacity-building approach that enables community practitioner expertise and experience to come to the foreground.
More details: http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/meicommunity/2016/08/02/mei-symposium-2-meets-esrc-new-practices-for-new-publics-seminar/