Entitled ‘The Place Where I Live,’ the Young Researchers used their cameras to capture the people, places, and events that represented their lives and community.
This research project explored the closely linked relationship between isolation and loneliness, and how these are connected to health and wellbeing.
This project investigates with participatory action research how a hospital trust can provide a consistently high standard of end-of-life-care to patients, their families and carers.
A report offers a series of recommendations for tackling health inequalities in Reading, including improving translation and interpretation services and engaging local community groups as partners in culturally-sensitive service design and delivery.
Reading researchers are working with local communities and artists to reveal and celebrate the heritage of one of the town’s most diverse and multicultural streets.
Using Participatory Action Research to investigate the relationships between care, inequalities and wellbeing among different generations of transnational families in the UK, Spain, France and Sweden.
The Whitley Researchers and the University of Reading explored experiences of school exclusion from the perspectives of young people.
Marvellous Mums has brought together researchers and community partners to support disadvantaged women from local communities to recognise their own skills and strengths.
The Aspiration Game is an interactive board game based on snakes and ladders that helped young people consider what factors hindered and supported their aspirations.
Students from the John Madejski Academy (later to become Young Researchers) discussed and then constructed their conception of an ‘ideal’ home from giant blocks.