Over 1,600 registered to join in a series of webinars held this week as part of Participation Research Week to mark launch of the SAGE Handbook of Participatory Research and Inquiry.
In the sessions, editors and authors of the handbook discussed cutting-edge approaches to participatory research methods and design, as well as the foundations of participatory research and critical practice issues. The webinars also explored why participatory methods are needed, who they benefit and the real-world contexts they can apply to.
The audience included policymakers, NGO’s, practitioners, students and development experts from around the world who shared ideas and perspectives with the authors of the handbook.
To catch up and watch recordings of each event, click on the links below.
Global launch of the SAGE Handbook of Participatory Research and Inquiry
Participatory monitoring, evaluation and learning: Taking stock and breaking new ground
Digital technologies in participatory research
Action-oriented forms of participatory research
Mixing and mashing participatory with other research methods
About the handbook
The first ever SAGE Handbook of Participatory Research and Inquiry provides the most comprehensive source of contemporary, cutting-edge approaches to participatory research methods and design, as well as the foundations of participatory research and critical practise issues. Including 72 chapters by 150 authors from a wide variety of disciplines, it covers the tools for inclusive, action-orientated research for social change and new ways for researchers and social activists globally to engage the most marginalised.