New Programmes – 2018, Round 1
Following an impressive response to our most recent Call for Proposals, we are delighted to announce five new Knowledge Exchange programmes. These programmes include experts from across the disciplinary spectrum; from the fields of design innovation, digital art and technology, primary care research, visual literacy, trauma and memory studies, heath psychology, engineering, environment and climate change, social policy, social business, education, and sociology.
Each programme brings together academic researchers with a wide range of non-academic stakeholders, from marginalised groups to policy makers and practitioners. Also integral to each project are a wide variety of non-academic partners; including third sector and public sector organisations, policy makers, practitioners and individual stakeholders.
Initial meetings are taking place at the moment, and further details on each programme will be available shortly on our website. In the meantime, you can click on each link below for a brief taster of what to expect!
Coproducing Justice: International Social Economy Network
Creative Communities: Making the Invisible Visible through Creative Expression of Mental Wellbeing in Land and Sea Communities
Developing Confident Life Stories about Child Bereavement: Normalising and Supporting Bereavement Experiences through Storytelling and Comics
Storytelling for Resilience: Communicating Systemic Approaches to Climate Change
The Relationship between Poverty, Attainment, and Children’s Mental Health and Wellbeing: Making a Difference to the Lives of Children and Young People
Congratulations again to all our new Programme Teams! We’re looking forward to working with you all.