Guidance

Partnership working in the arts and humanities: a guide to good practice

The good practice guide is for arts and humanities researchers and potential user communities who want to embark or are already working in a partnership project.

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The advice in this guide covers both parties’ perspectives and the partnership’s full life cycle – from identifying and contacting a potential partner through to managing a joint project, promoting or using the results, and subsequent opportunities for the partnership.

The guide covers the following topics:

  • why work in partnership?
  • managing your project; preventing and minimising problems
  • ensuring maximum impact
  • applying for funding.

Page last updated: 11 February 2022

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