Whose Government is It? The Renewal of State-Citizen Cooperation

This book brings together leading figures in democratic reform and civic engagement to show why and how better state-citizen cooperation is necessary for achieving positive social change. Their contributions demonstrate that, while protest and non-state action may have their place, citizens must also work effectively with public bodies to secure sustainable improvements.

Community Research for Community Development

This book focuses upon the contributions that research can make towards strengthening community development and working for social justice agendas in Britain. Drawing upon original research, as part of the Third Sector Research Capacity Building Cluster, the volume explores different ways in which research can contribute to capacity building and 'research mindedness' in the Third Sector.

Take Part Research Cluster

The Research Cluster explores experiences of university-community based research programmes to support Third Sector organisations concerned with community engagement, development and active citizenship.

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