I am researcher and evaluator with over two decades of experience working with the public and charitable sectors who returned to working as a freelance consultant in early 2019 after four years in senior managerial roles in international agencies. I have a strong track record in designing approaches to evaluating and learning from complex and […]

I offer the following consultancy services.  Please see Past Projects for examples of work or my CV. Research & Evaluation I  design, develop and implement research and evaluation projects drawing on a range of methods including: participatory and participatory action research methodsvisual and narrative based methodsin-depth interviewingethnographysurvey designdesktop research and literature review Strategic PMEL Support […]

See below for examples of past projects in Research and Evaluation, Communication for Social Change, Training and other areas. Research & Evaluation Design for Sharing Design for Sharing researched local sharing practices in order to inform technology design intended to support local sharing; by sharing practices we mean things like sharing spaces, skills, food, transport and objects (like tools) but also how people share […]

Selected Publications: Light, A. & Miskelly, C. (2015) Sharing Economy vs Sharing Cultures? Designing for social, economic and environmental good. In Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal – IxD&A, N.24, pp. 49-62 Light, A. & Miskelly, C. (2014) Design for Sharing, https://designforsharingdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/design-for-sharing-webversion.pdf Miskelly, C. & Vincent, R. (2014) Trust Me I am a Scientist: Exploring the […]

Trust Me I Am a Scientist: Exploring the role of trust within international health research Clodagh Miskelly and Robin Vincent This report is based on conversations that took place at the Fifth Wellcome Trust International Public Engagement Workshop held in November 2013, which explored the role of trust within the Wellcome Trust’s international research programme.  […]

Design for Sharing was a six month project researching local sharing practices to help design technologies to support local sharing, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council’s Digital Economy strand, through the Sustainable Society Network+. The Design for Sharing  project focused on practices such as sharing spaces, skills, food, transport and objects (like […]

As an associate of Oral Testimony Works (and previously for Panos London) I facilitated workshops in oral testimony interviewing  in Ethiopia and Mozambique as part of  Give Stigma the Index Finger.  I trained counsellors and activists from networks of people living with HIV who then collected oral testimonies from people in their networks. So I’m delighted […]

South East London HIV Community Research Partnership The South East London HIV Community Research Partnership is run by METRO and the University of Greenwich. It is an initiative involving community volunteers to carry out peer research on the issues and concerns of people living with or affected by HIV in SE London, and to influence […]