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This project aims to promote welfare and sustainable human development in Nepal through the study of representations of gender-based violence in graphic art forms.
Sustainable Lives in Scarred Landscapes: Heritage, Environment and Violence in the China-Myanmar Jade Trade
This project explores the diverse life experiences of people mining, trading, gambling, processing, and consuming jadeite across this region.
Whose Heritage Matters? Mapping, Making and Mobilising Heritage Values for Sustainable Livelihoods in Cape Town and Kisumu
This project maps heritage values and seeks to develop creative interventions to harness tangible and intangible heritage for sustainable development.
Dignity Without Danger: Collaboratively Analysing Stigma and Taboos to Develop Innovative Strategies to Address Menstrual Exclusion in Nepal
This project focuses on Nepalese women and girls’ rights to menstrual dignity and aims to enable local stakeholders to challenge exclusionary practices.
Well-Being: Indigenous Wells, Pastoralist Biocultural Heritage and Community Archaeology for Sustainable Development in Northern Kenya and Southern Ethiopia
This project aims to demonstrate how community archaeology research on wells as biocultural heritage can empower communities to engage constructively with external actors such as governments, companies, academics, and NGOs.
The Juridification of Resource Conflicts: Legal Cultures, Moralities and Environmental Politics in Central America
The overarching aim of this project is to assess the opportunities and limitations of legal mechanisms to channel and resolve resource conflicts.
This project aims to explore how environmental defenders experience violence in relation to projects designed to promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and why they continue to fight despite the risks.
When States Fail: Forced Displacement, Religious Diplomacy and Human Security in the Eastern Orthodox World
This project examines the relationship between forced displacement, religious diplomacy and human security in Eastern Europe and Eurasia, as reflected in the post-1992 breakup of Yugoslavia, the post-2011 Syrian crisis and the 2014 Russian takeover of Crimea.
Large Water Projects and Conflicted Territorial Identities in Sub-Saharan Africa: the Case of the Development of the Senegal River
This project aims to survey the case of the development of the Senegal River project and interrogate its impacts on the redefinition of territorial, cultural and historical identities.
This project aims to produce new knowledge on the history of the Jews of Tunisia that will stimulate economic growth in the country.