The Centre of Resilience for Social Justice is highly co-productive with a strong emphasis on collaboration and outreach.
Our approach focuses on the University of Brighton’s extended networks, both across its own disciplinary boundaries, and with practitioners, community groups and individual partners within the UK and overseas.
We are keen to establish contact with all organisations who might benefit from insight into resilience and to invite anyone interested in resilience to our regular events and activities.
Membership and associate membership
The Centre of Resilience for Social Justice is made up of network of researchers brought together through a shared commitment to research centred on building resilience and tackling disadvantage. We welcome new members.
Membership of the Centre of Resilience for Social Justice is not limited to staff and students at the University of Brighton; people outside the University of Brighton can be Associate Members of the Centre of Resilience for Social Justice.
This includes academics, professionals, practitioners, young people and parents. The CRSJ draws its members from diverse fields including healthcare, education, social sciences, business, sports sciences, humanities, media studies and arts practices and includes international academics and community partners from many countries including Australia, Canada, Greece, Germany, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, Turkey, and Wales.
To find out more about our networks and how we work through the Boingboing community resource, there are regular Boingboing forums in Brighton and Blackpool, which you are welcome to attend.
For further information about membership, associate membership or joining our work in other ways, contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org