Indra Research
January 11, 2015 By admin

There is a paucity of good quality, accessible research evidence that can be used effectively for the purposes of advocacy. Much available material is anecdotal and reportage and there is a lack of in-depth longitudinal research. There is a need for more systematic gathering, sharing and analysis of detailed evidence.

The practice of The Indra Congress must be underpinned by a continually developing body of theory, experience and understanding that documents, informs and moves the practice forward. To this end we aspire to:

  1. develop a database of information regarding relevant practice and practitioners across the world
  2. encourage related research and other academic activities in partnership with Higher Education Institutions, other agencies and organisations and the co-ordinators and young people in the grassroots centres.