We have established an Impacts and Audience Panel (IAP) for the research project. The IAP brings together representatives of our key non-academic audiences and will facilitate engagement and exchange between the research team the project partners and our audiences and allow input and involvement with our partners and key audiences, through all stages of the research process. It aims to ensure that the research outputs are relevant and useful to our key audiences through, for example, IAP collaboration in developing the format of the planned research briefing notes and contributing to the content of the project web site.
The second meeting of the Panel took place on Tuesday 3 July 2012 at 10.30am in the Newark Room, Lanyon Building, Queen's University Belfast. Click here for a copy of the agenda and the power point presentation on the research. A report on the event is available here.
The first meeting of the Panel was held on 27 April 2012 in the Old Staff Common Room at Queen's University Belfast, from 1pm to 3pm. Follow the links for a copy of the agenda for the first meeting and Dr. Sally Shortall's power point presentation on the research. A short report on the event is also available here.
For more information about the Impact and Audience Panel, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 028 90973129.
Many thanks to everyone participating in the IAP!
Impact and Audience Panel Members
Cllr Anne Marie Beattie, Joint Council Committee member.
Sheelagh Blair, Countryside Agri-Rural Partnership.
Aidan Campbell, Policy and Public Affairs Officer, Rural Community Network.
Louise Close, Outreach Manager, Northern Ireland Assembly.
Louise Coyle, Policy Officer, Northern Ireland Rural Women's Network.
Elaine Cullen, LAG Programme Manager, SOAR.
John Davis, The Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, Northern Ireland.
Alieen Donnelly, Communications Officer, Rural Development Council.
Michelle, Furphy, Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency.
Ruth Irvine, Chair of the Rural Affairs Committee, Ulster Farmers' Union.
Pauline Keegan, Director for Rural Development, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Northern Ireland.
Keith Morrison, Director of Food, Farm and Rural Policy, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Northern Ireland.
Ruth McAreavey, Lecturer, School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Queen's University Belfast.
Vera McWilliam, Local Action Group member.
Angela O'Hagan, Local Action Group member.
Eileen Regan, Senior Researcher, Northern Ireland Assembly Research and Information Service.
Margaret Ward, Director of the Women's Resource and Development Agency.
Edna Walmsley, Local Action Group member.
Leanne Wilson, Rural Affairs Policy, Ulster Farmers' Union.
We have also invited participation from the individual members of the Northern Ireland Assembly's Agriculture and Rural Development Committee.