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UL Engage Reports

UL ENGAGE Reports provide peer reviewed, ISBN archived reports of UL Engage associated projects, programmes and partnerships. The aim of UL Engage Reports is two-fold: first, to provide evidence of impact and innovation in existing UL community-university initiatives; and second, to provide a practical resource – in terms of inspiration and information - for new and prospective partnership projects.

2020, No. 8, Adshead, M., Hoffler, E., ‘Report on the public consultation process concerning a Directly Elected Mayor for Limerick’, 2020, No. 8

2018, No. 7, Hammerstad, T., 'Moyross Community Mapping Survey'

2017, No. 6, Gleeson T., Quillinan, B., 'Pilot of the Carnegie Community Engagement Framework Ireland University of Limerick Self Assessment:  First-Time Classification’

2017, UL Engage Annual Report 2016/17

2017, No. 5, Adshead, M., Jackman, M., Real, J., Saude, K., ‘#Youth Engage:  Enhancing Civil Society within an International Context’

2016, No. 4, Forde-Murray, D. ‘An Evaluation of the Limerick Be Heard Election Project’

2016, No. 3, Adshead, M., Dempsey, C., Quillinan, B., Reidy, G. ‘An Evaluation of the Community Wellness, Empowerment, Leadership and Life Skills (CWELL) Programme January 2014-January 2016’

2016, Adshead, M., Bucholz, M., Franklin, S., Killian, S., Moore, S., Quilligan, B., Quillinan, B., and Whelan, B. ‘Report of the UL Task Force on Civic Engagement'

2016, No. 1, Adshead, M., Basogomba, A., Loftus, A., Mongans, W., Ni She, E., Toomey, D. ‘Creating Community Research Partnerships.  Field Notes from the Count Me In Project Ennis 2007'