Change Projects

Change Projects bring together groups of Research in Practice Partners to explore pressing challenges and priorities.

Change Projects bring together groups of Research in Practice Partners to explore pressing challenges and priorities. A development group, led by experts in the topic at hand, come together to learn from research and practice experience and formulate responses, solutions, tools and materials to support change in policy and practice.

Change Projects run for 18-24 months from inception to the launch of final resources.

If you are a Partner of Research and Practice and you would like to get involved in a Change Project, please contact us.

Current Change Projects

Domestic abuse and child protection

We are working with Professor Kate Morris, Sheffield University, and Professor Brigid Featherstone, Huddersfield University, as research leads on this new Change Project, focused on the interface between domestic abuse and child protection.

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Previous Change Projects