News from Katherine Dunleavy

EMoTICON Network Funding Call

The EMoTICON Network invites proposals for small research projects (including pilots, feasibility studies and agenda development workshops) between the value of £500 and £3000 in the area of Empathy and Trust in Online Communication. It is envisaged that projects will last up to 9 months and will have a start date between 1st January and 31st March 2016. Read more

‘From Home to Here’ Exhibition in Belfast throughout October

Materials from the Múin Béarla do na Leanbháin (‘Teach the Children English’) project are to form the basis of an exhibition and series of public events next month. Read more

AHRC updates website

On 4th August AHRC launched a new look website. Read more

Local Food, Local Plates, Local People

Great news story from Keele University about CASIC at the Connected Communities Festival 2015. Read more

Tangible Memories – New AHRC 10th Anniversary Film

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUSQPF5pEnA This film, specially commissioned for the AHRC’s 10th anniversary looks at the Tangible Memories Project which started in 2013. The ‘Tangible Memories: Community in Care’ project involves researchers from the University of Bristol who have been working alongside Alive! Read more

Connected Communities Festival 2015

The Connected Communities Festival 2015 (15-29 June) will explore creative ways to widen and deepen community engagement with the exciting and innovative research being undertaken by the Connected Communities Programme and the AHRC. Read more