Co-produced research is increasingly regarded as more effective than traditional scientific approaches for engaging with the complexity of current sustainability challenges and contributing to transformative change. However, researchers wanting to engage in meaningful co-productive practices are routinely faced with fundamental questions such as “what are defining principles of co-production?”, “what are the implications in terms of aims, terminologies, and practices?”, and “how to deal with tensions emerging from confronting diverse, and sometimes conflicting, knowledge systems and agendas?”. With the expertise and experience of speakers and participants, this webinar will seek to critically address these questions and offer practical guidance on how to engage in meaningful processes of knowledge co-production for developing transformative pathways to sustainability.
Josie Chambers (Utrecht University)
Tobias Haller (University of Bern)
Marja Spierenburg (Leiden University)
Tuesday 20 December, 10:00 – 12:00 CET/09:00 – 11:00 UTC, Online