Do I have to be part of an academic institution to participate?
No, anyone with an in-depth understanding of a research-base or practice can participate.
Is there payment for participating?
There is some funding for travel costs which will be assessed on a case by case basis. The project is open and unselected so no funding available for time.
What does participating involve?
Reading of research published in Designed to Scale and Made to Measure.
Half day site visit to Every One Every Day initiative, or through webinar session, for questions and clarifications.
Production of a 2,000 - 4,000 report or paper, or an infographic, describing, interpreting and analysing the work through the lens of your disciple, knowledge, research, theories and practice. These can be based on a comparative study, a theory-based interpretive study, a practice analysis or another type of study you may suggest.
Will my contribution be published?
Contributions will be reviewed and published under a Creative Commons, Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence.
What can I read about the Participatory City approach before I decide to participate?
Illustrated Guide, Designed to Scale and Made to Measure should give you a good overview. The residents newspapers for the Every One Every Day initiative also give a tangible sense of the what project looks and feels like on the ground.
PARTICIPATE IN THE STUDY OF THE EVERY ONE EVERY DAY INITIATIVE IN BARKING AND DAGENHAM
Are you an academic, student and practitioner that would like to take part in this study of the Every One Every Day initiative over the next 6 months?
Two briefing workshops will be held in person in Barking and Dagenham on 10 June and 3 July 2019 9am - 1pm.
An additional webinar session will be held on 19 June - 11am - 12.30 pm for anyone living further afield.
The briefings will enable anyone interested in participating in the study to visit the Every One Every Day projects, ask lots questions, and meet other participants and team.
Fist stage Contributions need to be submitted by 31 August 2019
Trandsiciplinary Project Camp
A two-day camp is being planned for late 2019. This camp will draw together participant to share, connect and analyse their contributions in knowledge building formats.