DCU Centre for Engaged Research Lecture Series

DCU Centre for Engaged Research Lecture Series

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The Centre for Engaged Research, has the pleasure of inviting you to a new edition of DCU Centre for Engaged Research Lecture Series 2022. 

The new edition of the lecture series begins on April 6th and will be exploring the concept of 'Co-Creation of Knowledge', central to the Engaged Research approach.

As one of the priorities of CER, co-creating with communities aims to solve social and technological issues jointly between the university and community stakeholders, through local partnerships to match community issues and research questions with DCU expertise.

The 2022 edition of the Lecture Series aims to showcase areas of DCU engaged research around central social issues. For those seminars we will bring together not only specialists and researchers, but also members of communities that are engaged with those pressing social issues to hold exchanges around them and to develop a process of co-creation of knowledge.


Lectures include:


  • 6th April 2022 Mathias Urban & Nora Milotay

Worlds apart? Engaging with the politics of policymaking from a critical research perspective

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  • 27th April 2022 Trudy Corrigan 

Addressing Ageism today

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  •  11th May 2022 Liam MacGabhann 

Dual Diagnosis: Mental Health and Substance use Challenges

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  •  25th May 2022 Siobhan Russell & Mary Farrelly

Mental wellbeing

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  • 08th June 2022 Veronica Crosbie

Multiculturalism and migrant integration

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  • 22th June 2022 Paul Downes

Community outreach and systems change research for access to education for socio-economically marginalised groups in Ireland and Europe

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All the seminars will be at 12.30 to 13.45 on Zoom and attendance is free.