The co-production of research between academics, NGOs and communities in humanitarian response: A practice guide


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This practice guide explores how to co-produce research, and highlights ways in which the concept of co-production has specific relevance and importance for academics, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and communities within humanitarian settings.

This practice guide is based on an extensive literature review on co-production, and 32 semi-structured interviews. It is also informed by the co-authors’ experiences working in the humanitarian sector, including conducting research in a wide range of humanitarian settings. While focused on the topic of co-production, this research and the guide itself was not co-produced.

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