Our focus is primarily on researching co-operative education, the College's international work and emerging spaces of co-operative practice. We are also involved with researchers who are looking at a host of diverse issues including the meaning of 'co-operative character,' how gender is represented in artefacts and publications in the National Co-operative Archive and how co-operatives can offer solutions for precarious work. Our research outputs range from producing practice based research reports and evaluations to co-supervising postgraduate researchers with our academic partners.