Our large and diverse range of teaching and research specialisms means that we have expertise in many subjects related to community engagement agendas.
The MMU community group can help with access to the following areas:
Community psychologists seek to understand and enhance the quality of life of individuals, community and society.
The Centre trains people in research skills that are used on community projects feeding into local service improvements.
Community-based groups need leadership skills to become more sustainable and MMU offers courses in third-sector leadership.
Artists can create new forms of engagement, bringing local people together on innovative community projects.
It is important to preserve the identity of communities. MMU has experts that focus on the heritage of local people and places.
Sustainable development can be broken into environmental, economic and sociopolitical sustainability. All of these aspects are addressed at MMU.
MMU’s School of Law has a dedicated ‘pro-bono’ resource and our criminologists are working on projects that are designed to help address the specific crime challenges of the North.
There are many public health challenges that urgently need to be addressed in Manchester. Research into health and well-being at MMU is focused on combating these challenges.
MMU’s sociologists engage in work that is stimulated by public policies, political activism and the purpose of social movements and institutions in civic society.
The Community Group has helped individuals and groups by:
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