CoDesRes: Co-designing for rural Resilience through P2P networks and STEAM place-based learning interventions. The CoDesRes researchers are part of SMARTlab UCD  and the Inclusive Design Research Centre of Ireland. 


This research project has been funded by the EPA Research Programme 2014- 2020. The EPA Research Programme is a Government of Ireland initiative funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment. 


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SMARTlab PhD SEMINAR October, 2018

CoDesRes WP3 lead, Eleanor Turner will be presenting her PhD project Community Engagement and Coastal Biodiversity Management at the SMARTlab PhD seminar

Iveragh Learning Landscapes Symposium 2018

Iveragh Learning Landscapes is a weekend of talks, walks and workshops encompassing local natural and built heritage, outdoor education, land stewardship and well-being. 


CoDesRes WP2 lead, Lucy Hunt will be attending and presenting at the last of Circular Ocean’s public events that will take place from 9:00am on Tuesday, September 4th in Cork, Ireland, hosted by Cork County Council Initiative and Irish project partners “Macroom E”.


The CoDesRes team will be taking part in the Royal Geographic Society conference, Cardiff University at the end of August to present the first six months of the project. We've convened a special panel and are pleased to announce Dr Cara Courage, head of Tate Exchange, as our discussant. 

The Big Meet APRIL, 2018

Dr Anita McKeown presented the pCr methodology and introduced the CoDesRes project at the Big Meet 8, Artists and the Arts in Place-Making“, organised by the Arts & Place Working Group, took place in Jeffrey Hall, UCL on the 18 April 2018.