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  • Stakeholder engagement in business and ethics research:

    Learning from failures

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    Observant: Let yourself get involved in their lives, rather than engaging them in your research

    Read the article of the Observant about the launch event.


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    MPCER launch: why now? Why does it work and why does it fail?

    The official launch of Maastricht Platform for Community-Engaged Research (MPCER) took place on Thursday 3 October.

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    Opening of the Academic Year

    On 2 September, the new academic year was inaugurated at the theatre on the Vrijthof. The place fitted the meeting’s core message.

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    Food for Thought

    The Maastricht Platform for Community-Engaged Research held its first activity in the form of a brainstorm meeting on 6 June 2019. The event, titled “Food for Thought”, brought together around 50 enthusiastic researchers and support staff at Maastricht University involved in, or interested in doing, community-engaged research.


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