What is Engaged Research? 

Engaged research is a methodology which bridges the gap between researchers and communities with direct and purposeful communication at all stages. Engaged research is collaborative, change-orientated, inclusive, and creative in practice. Follow this link to read more about Engaged Research.

Ethical Principles and Practices for Engaged Research

The ethical principles underpinning engaged research emphasise the element of democratic participation in the research process. The Centre for Engaged Research has set out a number of ethical principles which demonstrate how researchers should begin to develop community partnerships and serve as a benchmark for ethics committees to evaluate and guide projects where community based participatory research is deployed. Follow this link to read Engaged Research: Ethical Principles and Practices (Draft)

Engaged Research Projects at DCU