Gypsy and Traveller-led research partnerships: reaching out


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  • Getting started: involving people
  • Impact and evaluation
  • Inclusive opportunities
  • Involvement good practice
  • Working with communities

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  • Blog


  • Christine Smith, Violet Cannon, Delia Muir, Sharon Caunt, Abigail Darton, Paula Nicholson

Publication date:

  • 15th December 2023

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 18th December 2023
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This project was born from a vision to bridge gaps and foster meaningful relationships between Gypsy and Traveller Communities (GTC) in Yorkshire and Humber and researchers from the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR). This initiative aimed to encourage the development of new public involvement relationships and more inclusive approaches to community engagement, based on community development principles.

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