Documentary Film Production – Trust and Trustworthiness in National and Global Governance 

Documentary Film Production – Trust and Trustworthiness in National and Global Governance

The TrustGov research project at the University of Southampton is looking for individuals or teams to make a documentary film.

Trust and Trustworthiness in National and Global Governance (TrustGov) – Documentary

Contract summary

 

Industry

  • Miscellaneous business and business-related services – 79900000

Location of contract

SO17 1BJ

Value of contract

£60,000 to £62,500

Procurement reference

2020UoS-0197

Published date

11 November 2020

Closing date

3 December 2020

Closing time

12pm

Contract start date

15 February 2021

Contract end date

31 August 2021

Contract type

Service contract

Procedure type

Open (non-OJEU)

Contract is suitable for SMEs?

Yes

Contract is suitable for VCSEs?

No

 

Description

 

The University of Southampton is one of the UK’s leading research institutions and is in the top 1 per cent of universities worldwide.

The TrustGov research project at the University of Southampton is looking for individuals or teams to make a documentary film as part of our Economic and Social Research Council-funded research project.
Some of the themes explored in this research project include:
1. How do citizens feel about their government and politicians? Do they trust them to be honest and look out for the public interest? If so, why? And if not, why not?
2. Those who do not trust politicians and the government, are they best described as being sceptical and careful about them, or as more fundamentally cynical and disaffected?
3. What are the differences between different groups of people in these terms? E.g. between men and women, younger and older people, more and less educated, those living in urban or rural areas?
4. Should people trust government and politicians? Are they trustworthy, is it healthy / sensible for citizens to put their trust in them? Do citizens want to trust them more?
5. How can we improve political trust? What do citizens want from their government and politicians, for their optimal level of trustworthiness?

The University requires a documentary film to be produced to fit TrustGov’s research aims. Within the production we require the Supplier to appropriately source and interview participants in order to create an unbiased and encompassing documentary that explores the research topics in detail. The documentary film must be suitable for presentation to the wider public as well as students of politics.

 

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The University of Southampton is one of the UK’s leading research institutions and is in the top 1 per cent of universities worldwide.

The TrustGov research project at the University of Southampton is looking for individuals or teams to make a documentary film as part of our Economic and Social Research Council-funded research project.
Some of the themes explored in this research project include:
1. How do citizens feel about their government and politicians? Do they trust them to be honest and look out for the public interest? If so, why? And if not, why not?
2. Those who do not trust politicians and the government, are they best described as being sceptical and careful about them, or as more fundamentally cynical and disaffected?
3. What are the differences between different groups of people in these terms? E.g. between men and women, younger and older people, more and less educated, those living in urban or rural areas?
4. Should people trust government and politicians? Are they trustworthy, is it healthy / sensible for citizens to put their trust in them? Do citizens want to trust them more?
5. How can we improve political trust? What do citizens want from their government and politicians, for their optimal level of trustworthiness?

The University requires a documentary film to be produced to fit TrustGov’s research aims. Within the production we require the Supplier to appropriately source and interview participants in order to create an unbiased and encompassing documentary that explores the research topics in detail. The documentary film must be suitable for presentation to the wider public as well as students of politics.

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Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

 

How to apply

 

Follow the instructions given in the description or the more information section.

 

About the buyer

 

Contact name

Angela Nemeth

Address

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Telephone

02380 592654

Email

a.a.nemeth@soton.ac.uk