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Mon, 17 Jun



UK Week

Join us in celebrating the work of our Prosperity Co-Lab for the UK (PROCOL UK) led by Dr Saffron Woodcraft

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UK Week
UK Week

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17 Jun 2024, 10:00 – 21 Jun 2024, 18:00

London, 7 Sidings St, London E20 2AE, UK

About the event

Join us on this exciting week of celebrations for the work of our Prosperity Co-Lab for the UK (PROCOL UK) on the occasion of our 10th Anniversary.

The week will include a Citizen Science Festival held at UCL East showcasing the work of our citizen scientists, discussions around the latest findings on prosperity in east London, workshops and plenty of networking opportunities. Please see here below the events included as part of UK Week.


We're pleased to be launching the new Citizen Prosperity Index (CPI) based on data from the first wave of the Prosperity in east London 2021-2031 Longitudinal Study.

The CPI measures what matters to the prosperity of communities in east London, using metrics based on qualitative research co-designed with and undertaken by citizen social scientists.  The Longitudinal Study uses the Citizen Prosperity Index to assess who benefits and how from investments in regeneration with a focus on strategic programmes in the Olympic Park, Royal Docks, and Poplar. Please join us to learn about the impacts of regeneration and the complex patterns of social and spatial disadvantage in 15 neighbourhoods in the Growth Boroughs, and the potential applications of our recently developed tool – the CPI dashboard.

The launch will be chaired by Professor Henrietta Moore, IGP's Founder and Director, and co-chaired by Mayor of Newham Rokhsana Fiaz.

'CITIZEN SCIENCE NOW! RESEARCH BY THE COMMUNITY' FESTIVAL 15 June - 22 June Level 01, UCL Marshgate, 7 Sidings Street Free entry

The UCL Citizen Science Academy is pleased to present a showcase of the IGP's work with communities across London. Co-curated by east London-based citizen scientist Twinkle Jayakumar, this exhibition will feature a range of case studies of community-centred research, outputs produced by citizen researchers from across the city, and the work of our local authority and voluntary sector partners. The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of talks and roundtables. 

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