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Miss Nora Morocza

Research Assistant

Communities Driving Change, Institute for Health and Human Development

Nora is currently evaluating the Communities Driving Change programme, which aims to improve the health and wellbeing of Tower Hamlets resident through capacity building in local communities.

  • UH2.50, Institute for Health and Human Development
    University of East London
    Stratford Campus
    Water Lane
    London, E15 4LZ
    United Kingdom
    E15 4LZ
  • N.Morocza@uel.ac.uk

    Nora is currently evaluating the Communities Driving Change Programme that aims to implement a health creation programme in selected neighbourhoods in Tower Hamlets. 
    The project adopts a community development approach to empower residents to take control over their immediate environment, health and wellbeing.
    She is also co-organising the Institute's public seminar series (Seminar@IHHD).



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    Recent Research
    - Tower Hamlets Communities Driving Change Programme

    Previous Research
    - Nora is currently completing her PhD at Liverpool John Moores University on the social and health benefits of walking and walk leading with HF Holidays.

    - She worked as a visiting PhD researcher at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia on the "Community use and appreciation of Dandenong Creek Parklands" project




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