Working with communities
We believe that challenge-led approaches that include a wide range of disciplines are key in addressing problems that might be global, national or local. We are able to convene expertise from across the University and foster partnerships with members of communities including cultural groups, entrepreneurs, stakeholders and policy-makers, and we welcome hearing from potential partners within and outside of academia.
We are able to bring together members of communities with Brunel researchers in order to create and support productive partnerships. We welcome hearing from community members, artists, activists, cultural groups, entrepreneurs, and policy-makers.
Communities are at the heart of our academic, engagement and public activity. We see communities as always multiple and overlapping. They may be small, large, virtual, real, human or non-human. We put investigations into communities and social relationships at the heart of our research and academic activity.