Category Archives for "introductions"

Organizing AR+ 2023 as a sociocracy

AR+ Transformations

AR+ 2023 exists to cradle and catalyze capacity for the developmental unfolding of Action Research for Transformations (ART) as Science 2.0, that is, an orientation to knowledge creation that integrates subjectivity with objectivity, inner and outer landscapes. As the overall purpose of AR+, every year, is to support ARTists all over the world, wherever they […]


Postgraduate Researcher

Call for Case Study Projects: Co-created Participatory Research for Community Action Hello all, Let me introduce myself. My name is Jade Cawthray-Syms and I’m a PhD student at University of Dundee, Scotland, UK. I’m reaching out to the Action Research community, in a bid to identify projects for my PhD research. My research is studying […]


Introducing ARJ Community blog: We come in partnership! – Hilary Bradbury Huang, Editor in Chief Action Research Journal (ARJ)

The editorial board of the SAGE Action Research Journal ( has teamed up with colleagues at the Action Research Center at the University of Cincinnati to develop the ARJ Community Blog. Our purpose is to both connect journal readers to the issues and from there to encourage new concerns and directions to emerge. The ARJ […]