In early 2022 a diverse collective of UCL Early Career Researchers started working together to co-write a Manifesto for Collaborative Social Science Research. Our Manifesto was written with a view to serve our expanding network as a provocation, a roadmap, and a shared set of values to build transformative momentums.
- Read more about how we co-wrote the manifesto and its contributions to collaborative social science research methods in our forthcoming paper:
A Collaborative Research Manifesto! An Early Career response to uncertainties. International Journal of Social Research Methodology.
Barker, N., Pervez, A., Wahome, M., McKinlay, A., Al Haj Sleiman, N., Harniess, P., Puskás, N., Mac, D., Almazrouei, M., Ezenwajiaku, C., Isiwele, A., Tan, N., D’Aprix, M., Petsou, A., & Love Soper, J. (accepted, in press).
Manifesto events and resources
Associated events, resources, and news will be available on these pages and on Twitter @UCL_Social_Sci.If you are thinking of engaging with the Manifesto through your work and/or can think of an event to promote it within your context please contact Michael Reade when you are ready. The co-authors are open to have these conversation and collaborating with new people as the Manifesto takes on a life of its own.
|Knowledge Lab discusses the collaborative research manifesto||Two co-authors of the manifesto are based at an interdisciplinary research centre at UCL, the Knowledge Lab. In this conversation we will share the manifesto with our colleagues to find out if/how the manifesto resonates with their collaborative research practices.||Ned Barker & Phillip Harniess||17 November 2022|
UCL Knowledge Lab
|This event is only open to Knowledge Lab staff and students|
|Manifesto Launch 2.0||A ‘pop-up’ style launch. Authors will occupy a space on campus, display the manifesto, and talk with anyone who is interested.||Nidal Al Haj Sleiman|
21 October 2022
Open to all – just turn up
|Manifesto Launch||A ‘pop-up’ style launch. Authors will occupy a space on campus, display the manifesto, and talk with anyone who is interested.||Nidal Al Haj Sleiman|
17 October 2022
|Open to all – just turn up|
Or follow online @UCL_Social_Sci