Lessons for Research Policy and Practice: The Case of Co-enquiry Research With Rural Communities

Thursday February 16, 2017

Lessons for Research Policy and Practice: The Case of Co-enquiry Research With Rural Communities

Journal of Research Practice, Volume 12, Issue 1, Article M1, 2016

GEN Co-Director Emily Caruso and GEN Founder & Executive Director Gary Martin, along with GEN Resource person Carlos del Campo and ALLSA 2015 participant Albert Chan-Dzul, co-authored a new article on the relationship between institutional funding for research and community-based research practice. The authors propose more flexible funding models that support face-to-face meetings between researchers and communities, adaptation of research processes to local dynamics, adaptation of administrative processes to the capacities of all participants, and potential for long-term collaborations.

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