Jul 19, 2022

Free online consultation on Co-Evaluation Principles for Citizen Social Science

The co-evaluation approach was introduced and applied by the CoAct project in collaboration with the local research teams across three initiatives that address global social concerns (youth employment, mental healthcare, and environmental justice). Based on these experiences, they derived a set of 6 principles that they identified as highly relevant for the implementation of co-evaluation practices in citizen social science. With this public consultation, the CoAct project team would like to present the principles to a wider audience. Learn more about these consultations here.

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