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Heart shape painted onto children's grouped handsWorking directly through our social enterprise and network, which is known as 'Boingboing', the Centre of Resilience for Social Justice tackles disadvantage and brings genuine change to people's lives around the world.

Our researchers cross the fields of healthcare, sociology, media studies and arts practices. The team includes academics, social workers, teachers, experts through experience and service users. Some of us have multiple identities. Together we address health, social and ecological inequalities in the UK, Europe and Africa.

Research and enterprise feed off each other through our committed co-production model. This ensures genuine impact and an academic rigour that can offer real-world solutions to a range of different communities and their individual challenges. The set of extended networks we have fostered work across disciplinary and linguistic boundaries, bringing us closer to all kinds of practitioners, community groups and individual partners.

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resilience Social Sciences
community Social Sciences
mental health Social Sciences
school Social Sciences
university Social Sciences
experience Social Sciences
Mental Health Medicine & Life Sciences
health Social Sciences

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Projects 2018 2022

Research Output 1997 2019

Chronos and Kairos: Time, water, memory and the wayfaring riverbank

Gearey, M., 3 Feb 2019, (Accepted/In press) Monsoon [+other] Waters. Bremner, L. (ed.). London: University of Westminster, p. 155-163

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference proceeding with ISSN or ISBNChapter


Collaborative and consultative patient and public involvement in sexual health research: lessons learnt from four case studies

McDonagh, L., Blomquist, P., Wayal, S., Cochrane, S., Castelle, J., Cassell, J. A. & Edelman, N., 9 May 2019, In : Sexually Transmitted Infections.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Open Access
Public Space
Local Communities

Activities 2017 2019

National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles -4

Natalie Edelman (Consultant)
15 Jun 20191 Oct 2019

Activity: Consultancy

Calling Power by Its Name: Lessons from Latin America

Natalie Edelman (Chair), Marcela Lopez Levy (Chair)
14 May 2019

Activity: EventsWorkshop