After a 6 month labour of love we are launching our new more interactive, reflective and user friendly website! Here you will find multidisciplinary projects’ outputs, reflections on co-production and a range of resources. Read more.
The latest book in the Connected Communities Series was launched last week at a special event in the House of Lords. Read more.
Keri Facer (University of Bristol) and Andrew Thompson (AHRC) will today host a workshop in collaboration with the NCCPE to launch ‘Creating Living Knowledge’ a report examining the lessons learnt from the early years of the Connected Communities Programme. Read more.
Changing the Future Research Landscape? Read more.
The Imagine project writes today in the academic news site The Conversation about its writing workshops with girls in Rotherham. ‘Through writing, women can challenge gender inequality, discrimination and patriotism – it empowers women and gives a “voice to the voiceless”. Read more.
21st June 2016, 10am-6pm, Ron Cooke Hub, University of York On Midsummer’s Eve, hundreds of members of the AHRC Commons will gather at the first ever event of its kind – Common Ground. The Call for Participants is now open here and will close on 29th March. Read more.
Aims and purpose The Connected Communities Catalyst Fund is intended to support the consolidation of exciting new ideas arising from the Connected Communities programme. Specifically, the fund is intended to explore the question: What new insights relating to the nature, dynamics and role of communities are emerging from CC projects? Read more.
Cheltenham Jazz Festival Friday 29 April 2016, 10-5pm FREE attendance (must register via Cheltenham Jazz Festival box office) The Impact of Festivals is a 12-month project funded under the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Connected Communities Programme, working with research partner organization, the EFG London Jazz Festival. Read more.
Summary AHRC has launched a highlight notice in its Research Networking Scheme as part of a range of activities to support the contribution which arts and humanities research can make to international development. The highlight notice will run initially until 31 May 2016. Read more.