We are pleased to launch our new blogpost series: Think-Pieces
Researchers, statutory and third sector partners, academics, students and Participation Lab members share their reflections and experiences on doing participatory action research, community development work, citizen science and engaging with young people, families and communities, whether locally in Reading, nationally or internationally.
Our first blogpost is by Dr. Giuseppe Feola, University of Reading:
How can participatory methods be adapted to different socio-cultural contexts? A critical evaluation of Rapid Appraisal of Agricultural Innovation Systems, and its application to agricultural adaptation to climate change in Kazakhstan
Map of the challenges faced by different actors in the local farming system in Karaoi, Kazakhstan
Feel free to join in the conversation on Twitter using the hashtags, #ParticipationLab and #Think-Pieces.