Social, Health & Organisational Research
Change impacts individuals, communities and institutions in unique ways, whilst simultaneously providing opportunities for transformation and growth. Change is also driven by people. That is why people and their associations must be at the centre of research into land systems and land use. Our research explores the complexity of human experience, from attitudes and behaviours to development, well-being and place-making. Expertise is drawn from disciplines such as anthropology, human geography, sociology, social work, education, psychology and occupational health and safety to deliver leading practice social and organisational research services.