Co-produced research involves external partners from start to finish, builds lasting relationships and is actively involved in generating impact. Yet co-production sits uncomfortably with how impact is currently understood. In this post Rachel Pain and Ruth Raynor  explore how the process of co-production has the potential to make research and its outcomes richer as collaborators pool diverse ideas,… Read More

Sarah Hughes, a second year PhD student in Human Geography explores creativity and resistance within the UK’s asylum regime. She tells us that she is “currently in the midst of an enjoyable muddle of data collection, reading, writing and teaching!” So she’s written this blog post in the form of diary entries, covering what turned… Read More