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Qualitative Data in the Systematic Review Process

Qualitative Data in the Systematic Review Process Guest post by Aneesah Bari. When people reflect upon the art that resonates with them, they often describe these connections in deeply emotional, evocative terms. As a child engaged in local theatre and music in my hometown, I remember being drawn to musical theatre because...


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Getting back into prisons research: “Avant-Guard” with Helix Arts

Getting back into prisons research: "Avant-Guard" with Helix Arts By: Sarah Doxat-Pratt. After many, many , months of planning and postponing, it was with great excitement that Helix Arts were finally able to carry out their Inspiring Futures project. A collaboration with Age UK North Tyneside and Teeside , and facilitated...


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Inspiring Futures: The Story So Far

Inspiring Futures: The Story So Far By Sarah Doxat-Pratt, Caroline Lanskey, Loraine Gelsthorpe. Welcome to Inspiring Futures! The Inspiring Futures research project aims to investigate the role and meaning of the arts in criminal justice settings. More details about the project itself can be found on the website . This...


 

Inspiring Futures is a 3-year research project led by Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe and Dr Caroline Lanskey, investigating the impact and meaning of arts projects in the criminal justice system. It is an independent research project, embedded into the Inspiring Futures programme run by the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance, investigating the work of a number of arts partner organisations. It is funded by the ESRC.

 

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Email: inspiringfutures@crim.cam.ac.uk

Phone/text: 07707 288282