This state of the art survey aims to provide an overview and to find good practice examples of co-creative and participatory activities in the sector of amateur arts, voluntary culture and heritage that aim at bridging social capital and promoting inclusion, cohesion and trust in our communities. The data was collected from October 2017 to January 2018 by five partners: LKCA (NL), KSD (DK), VA (UK), FAIE (PL), and JSKD (SI), and put together by EDUCULT (AT).

The applied research methodology combines quantitative data using questionnaires and qualitative data using qualitative interviews. The five national field surveys uses the same questionnaires and interview guides to ensure the processed data can be compared and presented in a multilateral context.

Download the BRIDGING Survey Report.

For more on the BRIDGING project, visit the project website.