This concluding chapter looks across the disparate knowledge created through working with communities in the Connected Communities and question what opportunities for empowerment and transformation are offered. The chapter challenges the use of research council funding for this type of work, arguing it may lead to greater inequalities. Rather, the chapter argues strongly for this type of research to become a much greater part of the mission of all our universities, offering their resources including research expertise to local communities.
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