Roundtable report: Co-produced evidence and robust methodologies

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Author: Carnegie UK Trust

Year: 2018

On 7th December, the Carnegie UK Trust held a roundtable in partnership with the Newcastle University Institute for Social Renewal to improve our understanding of the purpose of co-produced evidence and the benefits and challenges to undertake activities in partnership with academia.  This report provides a summary of the discussions on the day.


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