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Extending the Seismic Cities Intervention from Santiago, Chile to Bandung, Indonesia: an Interdisciplinary Approach to Improve Community and City Resilience to Seismic Risk
This project aims to raise awareness about the Lembang fault, which has been recently recognised as active and capable of having major earthquakes.
Community Resilience in Locales of Coastal Erosion: Local Knowledge, Culture and Practice in the Upper Gulf of Thailand
This project aims to understand how community-based knowledge on disaster risk reduction can be better integrated with expert and professional contexts.
Gender and Household Energy: Female Participation in Designing Domestic Energy in India's Slum Rehabilitation Housing
Women's involvement in decision-making in domestic energy remains an under-researched area, especially in the urban context. This project asks how women are included in the design and delivery of slum rehabilitation housing schemes in India.
Articulating Bio-Cultural Values in Bird Conservation Networks from Local to Global: a Paraguayan Case
This project explores the role of language, the creative humanities and indigenous expertise in bird ecology, conservation and development.
Social Transformative Research Informing Processes of Environmental Science Co-Production of Knowledge in the Case of the Granbio Advanced Bio-Refinery in Alagoas, Northeast Brazil
This project brings together lay and academic communities to co-produce knowledge which would serve to inform developments aimed at meeting energy demands in developing economies.
Engendering Equality: Working Holistically in a Ugandan Slum Neighbourhood to Challenge Gendered Inequalities, Sexual Ignorance and Abusive Sexual Behaviours
This project aims to promote gender equality, health and well-being in relation to sexual relationships and activity among young people in Walukuba, Uganda.
The programme supports projects which engage with questions concerning the relationship between expertise, public understanding and policy delivery, and highlight the importance of collaboration between communities of practice, disciplines, capacities and borders.
Drones/Robotics and Development Priorities in Africa: Transformative Infrastructure or Digital Colonisation?
This project explores how the increasing use of drones for service delivery in Africa can transform lives.
This project explores the meaning of knowledge co-production in relation to gene drive mosquito technology for malaria control, in order to provide an international and transdisciplinary knowledge co-production framework.
Our activities under this theme seek to develop new understanding of the tensions at the interface between global norms and local attempts to realise justice, rights and equality.