This is the video from a talk I recently recorded. The talk was due to be given at a workshop on Participatory Autism Research in Munich, which I was sadly unable to attend in person due to a cancelled flight. In the talk I discuss ways to engage with the autism and autistic communities (see slides for definitions of both of those). I highlight that true participatory research is different from public engagement, but also present a series of examples that largely constitute public engagement, to be honest. Nonetheless, this is the right place to start when building true participatory research projects from scratch.
You can also download the slides here: Munich participatory research beginners’ guide (small)