In this episode Dr Tine Murphy from University College Absalon, Denmark talks to Dr Caroline Stevens, CEO of the Footprints Project, UK. They are both members of COLAB. They discuss the importance of language in the way people communicate, whatever their challenges, histories or occupation.
Extra resource/Further reading
Murphy, T., Aakjær, M., Pallesen, E., Rosenberg, C. (2021). “Living with” Interagency Collaboration—Three Sustaining Practices. In: Hean, S., Johnsen, B., Kajamaa, A., Kloetzer, L. (eds) Improving Interagency Collaboration, Innovation and Learning in Criminal Justice Systems. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-70661-6_4
CONTRIBUTORS AND CREDITS
This COLAB consortium is a partnership of criminal justice related organisations and academic institutions from Norway, UK, Denmark, Switzerland, Finland and the Netherlands. The consortium was funded by the Marie Curie Sklodowska EU programme of Horizon2020. Much of the work of our consortium was based in Norway and therefore some of our podcast episodes are in Norwegian language. However, because of the international nature of the COLAB consortium, much of the series is in English. The Podcast series is funded by the Norwegian Research Council FORSTERK programme and produced by the University of Stavanger (COLAB FORSTERK 2021-2023).
Dr Tine Murphy from University College Absalon, Denmark
Dr Caroline Stevens, CEO of the Footprints Project, UK
Rae Langdown Peace, Bournemouth University, UK
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