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Emma Taylor-Collins

Emma is Senior Research Officer at the Alliance and the Wales Centre for Public Policy, leading research and engagement projects that champion the use of evidence in social policy and practice, with a focus on Wales.

Prior to this, Emma was a researcher at the University of Birmingham, seconded to Step Up To Serve, the charity running the #iwill campaign. Her most recent project explored what a habit of social action looks like for young people in the UK. Emma’s background is in the charity sector.

Emma is also currently doing a PhD part-time at the University of Birmingham’s Third Sector Research Centre on working-class girls’ participation in social action.

Emma.Taylor.Collins@nesta.org.uk

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    25 October, 2018
    This week marks International Open Access Week 2018. At the Alliance for Useful Evidence, we’re big supporters of the principles behind the open access (OA) movement: scholarly research should be available to everyone, not just to...
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