Urban Futures Salford Manchester. Research in the City

Researching the realisation of a ‘just city’

A funded PhD position is available on the team that helped to launch Platform. The brief will be to look at communication, engagement and environmental governance in Greater Manchester.

Mapping Participatory Urban Governance

The Jam & Justice project are producing a map of Participatory Urban Governance. Drawing from across the Global South & North, we are looking to produce a collection of inspiring, workable, and actually existing examples of how citizens can be involved in decisions, processes and structures that affect them.

Jam & Justice ARC Application Form

The Jam & Justice project are looking for 15 people to join their Action Research Cooperative. You can download the application form here.

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Jam & Justice: An FAQ

As Jam & Justice develops, we are being asked some common questions about the project. We've produced this FAQ to help answer them. If you've got further questions, please email us at jamandjustice@gmail.com

Content is King… and Queen and Jack and all the Aces

An opinion piece by Dr Jessica Symons, University of Salford, drawing insight from attendance at a Westminster Media Forum Keynote Seminar: Creative industries in England - regional growth, funding models and policy priorities.

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Getting Involved With Jam & Justice

We've got a number of opportunities to find out more about the Jam and Justice project and whether you'd like to be involved - why not come along to an interactive workshop, a drop-in session or a social?

A Taste of Things to Come #jamlaunch

On Friday 13th May 2016 at the Left Bank Cafe, the Jam and Justice team set out their plans for setting up an Action Research Cooperative in Greater Manchester.

 

 

Clean Cities Agenda and the GM business context

The pro-manchester Green Economy group and Transport and Infrastructure Group have organised an expert panel to discuss what a Green Cities agenda actually means for Manchester and the wider local economy.

Welcome to Jam and Justice

Beth Perry introduces....the Jam and Justice Collection.

Research meets Cycling - In the City and for the City

Gabi Schliwa (University of Manchester) and Graeme Sherriff (University of Salford, see contributor profile) share insights from the 12th Cycling and Society Research Symposium held in Greater Manchester and reflect on what cycling research means, and could mean, for the region.

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