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Centre for Social Innovation

This centre collaboratively seeks new pipelines for public innovation surrounding contemporary national and international challenges which threaten the physical and emotional security of individuals, communities and societies.

Centre for Social Innovation

The team explores the complex interplay between social cohesion, public policy and societal change, working collaboratively with a range of research partners. These include the College of Policing, the National Crime Agency, the UK Intellectual Property Office, the Ministry of Justice, Public Health England, the Nursing and Midwifery Council, NHS Digital, Children North East, and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland.

Work spans five research themes:

  • technology, innovation and civics
  • communities, education and work
  • place, change and harm
  • crime, social exclusion and extremism
  • co-producing alcohol and public health research

Research centre leads

Professor Marty Chamberlain

Professor Marty Chamberlain

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