Research for a Future – sign up

Rather than cultivate slow-moving, unpaid side-projects, our hub’s aim is to foster more funded research that is co-designed by diverse stakeholders from inception. The toolkit, connection service, longer-term trust-building support, and in-depth pilots all support this goal.

You can find more detail about the different ways you can contribute, and how much time they entail, below the form. Signing up does not obligate you to participate – we appreciate that what each action involves is still, in some cases, obscure. Once you have registered your interest in inputting into, shaping, or otherwise contributing to Research for a Future, we will be in touch with more information about the hub and possible contributions as they develop. The first opportunity to feedback will be in August.

Who are you?

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We are only able to get in touch with you to collaborate on our projects if you have already joined F4F prior to filling out this form. If you haven't done so yet, you can here.

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We ask for data concerning your organisation and country of work in order to ensure we only contact you with project information or updates relevant to your context and interests. We only collect this data for internal purposes and will never share it with any third parties.
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Ways to get involved

Shape the Research for a Future Hub's development

Who: Academics, local community representatives, indigenous community representatives, social movement representatives, practitioners, creatives

Time requirement: Minimal, Autumn 2022

For the hub to be useful, it’s crucial that its design, principles, and functions meet the needs of the diverse stakeholders it aims to serve. We have more detailed proposals that we’d like to seek your input on. If you’d like to shape the Network’s development, sign up to receive opportunities to input over the coming months.

Register interest in participating in the Research for a Future Hub

Who: Academics, local community representatives, indigenous community representatives, social movement representatives, practitioners, creatives

Time requirement: Instant

If you don’t have time to help shape the hub's development, sign up to register interest in using our resources or projects upon launch.

Register interest in joining the Research Network's advisory panel

Who: Academics, local community representatives, indigenous community representatives, social movement representatives, practitioners, creatives

Time requirement: Occasional

Crucial to the hub's success will be the processes and mechanisms we put in place to foster constructive communication and equitable collaboration among diverse groups with different cultural and epistemological perspectives. Likewise, expertise in how to frame the value of transdisciplinarity and transformation to grant-makers is also crucial. If you have particular expertise in these or other areas crucial to a successful service , get in touch to register interest in joining the hub's advisory panel.