Information about conducting research

Other people who can help with Information about conducting research

0845 300 6200 / 0161 300 6200 / 01273710659 (textphone)

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Information about arts council funding, lottery funding and lots of useful links to other art related things.
Plus useful information sheets on aspects of running an arts organisation, such as insurance, organising an event, setting up a business and working with communities.

They don't publish an email address. You have to complete the

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Provide detailed guidance about community research, including designing and using questionnaires. You have to register with them to access the information, but this is free.

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A website which lists digital tools and resources available online which are useful for community organising and groups, including managing events, improving fundraising, communicating with the community etc.

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Brighton University's Community Development Partnership Programme builds partnerships between the university and local community organisations. They offer help to local groups with things like conducting research and project development.

They have worked with Brighton & Hove Community Works to develop a Monitoring Evaluation and Impact Partnership, which has delivered training and support for local groups on how to measure the impact of their work effectively without creating an unsustainable data burden. The MEI partnership website includes useful resources from the training sessions.

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New Economics Foundation produce guidance on measuring wellbeing. This can be very useful to help groups illustrate the impact their activities have on people's lives.