The projects funded under this programme are international in scope or orientation, interdisciplinary and/or multi-stakeholder enterprises, pertaining to one or more of the following themes: Urban Futures; Conflict, Stability & Security; Justice, Rights & Equality; Europe’s Futures; and Knowledge Frontiers. They aim to:
- Drive change in research agendas through promoting innovative research;
- Produce policy-relevant insights;
- Affect public understanding of international challenges and the responses needed to address societal questions of significance to the UK and the world;
- Further cross-learning between disciplines and/or between academic, policy, practitioner and public communities on issues that are topical, under-explored or necessitate re-framing.
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Funded by the UK’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
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Children’s Rights and Perceptions of Justice, Rights and Equality: the Challenge of Children’s Representation
This project seeks to explore the politics of children’s rights and representation.
Digital Platforms for the Rental Market: Disrupting or Exacerbating Power Asymmetries?
This project will investigate how digital platforms affect the rental market.
Gender and Resistance to Violent Extremism: Untold Stories of Everyday Resistance to Violent Extremism in Kenya
This project explores the experiences of everyday violent extremism in Kenya.
Life in Between: Youth Street Gangs and Marginality in Contemporary Sierra Leone
This project investigates the origins, motives and organisation of gangs and street violence in Sierra Leone.
Lost and Found? A Digital Archive of Testimonies of Migration, Displacement and Resettlement
This project investigates the concept of 'home' within the context of migration, displacement and resettlement.
Perpetrators’ Reflections on Kwibuka25: Accountability, Justice and Commemoration on the 25th Anniversary of the ‘1994 Genocide of the Tutsi’ in Rwanda
This project analyses convicted génocidaires’ perspectives on the 25th anniversary of ‘the 1994 genocide of the Tutsi’.
The International Green Academy: School Gardens and Progressive Urban Ecologies
This project aims to empower educators to produce innovative curricula which connect students with their ecological environment.
The Urban Spectre of Global China: Mechanisms, Consequences and Alternatives for Urban Futures
This project investigates the ways in which the urban has been reconfigured by China’s global expansion.