ResearCh Lab

A repository of creative action research techniques

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Why a research lab?

Dance, theatre, storytelling are a few of the methods young people use to express themselves. What if you could find all these techniques in one place? That place is the Recrear Research Lab – a repository of fun participatory action research techniques inspired by the coolest youth projects around the world. We hope you will enjoy it, share it and publish with us!

Submit your research technique with our step-by-step template. Our awesome and experienced editors will reach to you to get to know you and your technique, help adapt it and wupti, you are ready to get published.

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Featured Techniques

Coding in Movement
Data doodles
Visualizing Success and Failure

Let's co-create

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Youth-led Development Programs

We assist you to co-design programs and workshops adapted to the needs of the youth of your community, university or organisation.

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Action Research Training Courses

Join one of our action research trainings or discover how to adapt the training to the needs of your community, university or organisation.

Why share your research technique?

Explore the repository

Recrear is moved by the creative energy of its community. If you believe in the power of art to build community and inspire social change, share your technique with us. You will contribute to the training of young researchers around the world and be part of a community that believes young voices should be part of the development process.

Why publish with us?

Publish with us

Recrear is moved by the creative energy of its community. If you believe in the power of art to build community and inspire social change, share your technique with us. You will contribute to the training of young researchers around the world and be part of a community that believes young voices should be part of the development process.

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