Do you work in conservation and want to better understand the audiences, communities or stakeholders you work with?
I’m developing some free resources to help conservation professionals get started using social science.
I’d love to know if any of these resources would be useful to you…read on and let me know in the comments below, or contact me via https://humannature.co.uk/contact.
A. 10 ways social science can help your conservation efforts – a short written guide outlining some of the ways social science can help you have more impact in your work.
B. Survival tips if you feel like the only person in your organisation who believes in social science – I speak to lots of people who feel a bit unsure about how their colleagues or peers view social science. This guide would be a few pointers if you’re the early adopter of social science in your team.
C. Questionnaire foundations – questionnaires are not as simple as they first look! This written guide would be five things you need to have in place before you start writing your questionnaire. Achievable, sensible foundations which will help you develop a quality questionnaire.
D. Essentials of conservation social science webinar – a 30 minute webinar to give you a first flavour - or a refresher - of what conservation social science is and why it’s important. Just long enough to enjoy a nice cup of tea whilst you soak up some the information.
Or maybe there’s something else you’d really like to know. Is there a challenge you’re facing right now that I could help with? A piece of information you need to unlock the next step of your project? If so, let me know in the comments below, or contact me via https://humannature.co.uk/contact.
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