How can we carry out research for an active citizenship project?
In this lesson, we will learn why carrying out research is important in the successful planning of a Citizenship Action Project. We will look at the difference between primary and secondary research, and we will look at different ways that they can be carried out. We will go on to see the impact research can have on our original plans and how sometimes it is necessary to adapt these.
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