Contracted o ac e formal partnerships with more than 60 people and organisations.
Completed more than 30 field trips, exchanges and site visits including 13 GM residentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; journey to Kenya, to learn from local activists.
Hosted dozens of discussion panels and focus groups, including the Double-Devolution Debate, planning roundtables in Sheffield and Cape Town, Co-producing climate urbanisms and 6 expert panels on community-led housing.
Adopted different patterns of working, both formal and informal, from Developing Co-Productive Capacities, to embedded PhD students working in different organisational settings . 39
Organised hundreds of meetings, workshops, and research interviews, sitting down with Mayors, mums and trade union leaders.
Trained a new generation of researcher-practitioners with 20 targeted activities, including a postgraduate module, open taster sessions on participatory methods, ethics lectures, and workshops on Edgy PhDs and Emotional Labour.
Produced 25 videos, 61 blog posts, 13 reports and policy briefings, plus 2 touring exhibitionsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;featuring community knowledge and pigeons.
Carried out, shared, or presented research in more than 17 countries across 5 continents including comparative work on the Sustainable Development Goals .
Fostered at least a dozen networks, coalitions and alliances including the Municipalist Action, Research and Advocacy Network (MARAN), and catalysed ShefFood.
Published 18 journal articles, 15 opinion pieces, 10 book chapters, and 5 books.
The statistics above were calculated in September 2019; numbers continue to grow.