Organisation profile


Bring together different pools of knowledge and expertise both inside and outside the university; interdisciplinary theory building that bridges different communities of practice and a wide range of potential beneficiaries including community organisers, community building organisations, hyperlocal groups themselves, national policy, voluntary sector organisations and, at a different level, impacts on health outcomes and inequalities. Understand activities and impact of grassroots associations in East Anglia and beyond:

  • on the health and wellbeing of people
  • on creativity, culture and society
  • on social welfare
  • on commerce and the economy
  • on public policy, law and services
  • on practitioners and delivery of professional services, enhanced performance or ethical practice
  • on understanding, learning and participation



Collaborations and top research areas from the last five years

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