DIMENSIONS OF PLACE
QCAP currently has four individual research dimensions of place. Click on the image or text links below to find out more information on each dimension.
In this dimension of place, QCAP has helped to regenerate communities and support social enterprises to create alternative approaches to economic inclusion and local development.
This dimension of place is following children, young people, and their families over three years to better understand the persistent challenges identified by our partner community.
Through this dimension of place, QCAP is collaborating with community stakeholders to explore place-based approaches for addressing educational inequality and the barriers that preclude their participation in a knowledge-based society.
QCAP works with the community to identify and prioritise challenge areas to improve health and wellbeing. Current examples are through innovative responses to prevalent community concerns linked to food insecurity, and engaging with relevant statutory agencies to co-ordinate rapid in-place responses to mitigate harm and substance use.