University of Lincoln - Lincoln Institute for Advanced Studies
The primary aims of LIAS are to enhance the research environment at the University of Lincoln and showcase the achievements of our researchers. We provide both financial support and an environment for the exchange and development of creative ideas, delivered through five core areas of activity:
- International Visiting Fellowships Scheme
- Mobility Awards
- Inaugural professorial lectures
- Research development activities
- Vacation schools (from summer 2019)
Hong Kong Baptist University
Hong Kong Baptist University: HKBU (Asian University Ranking: 65) is one of 8 public universities in Hong Kong. Established in 1956, it is a fast-growing university with a vision to be a leading liberal arts University in Asia for the world delivering academic excellence in a caring, creative and global culture.
Department of Humanities & Creative Writing
HMW (http://hmw.hkbu.edu.hk) at Hong Kong Baptist University aims at teaching humane ideals and the pragmatic intellectual skills by which those ideals can be realised in the world. HMW is one of the anchor departments in the University-wide Creative Media/Practice research cluster (http://creative.hkbu.edu.hk). It is comprised of 3 undergraduate programmes: Humanities programme, Creative and Professional Writing programme and the Liberal and Cultural Studies programme.
Community Links is a social action charity working out of Newham in East London. They have 18 programmes and services aimed at providing support to the community at an early stage where it can potentially yield the greatest impact and prevent crisis. They also build deep relationships with the community and participants to encourage people to be pro-active In developing their own agency and resilience. Progammes are in youth, employability, health and community. Services are in debt and financial management, housing, employment and consumer law and emergency and celebratory community support.
UNSW Forced Migration Research Network
Forced Migration Network
Established in 2016, the Forced Migration Research Network draws together researchers from the social sciences, history, philosophy, media and film studies, cultural studies, education, social psychology and law at the University of New South Wales who are producing highly original research on various aspects of human mobility. The network aims to foster deeper collaboration with partners internationally and to identify ways in which the network can support refugees and forced migrants who are also co-collaborators in much research being undertaken. The Forced Migration Research Network greatly values its wide-ranging partnerships with policy makers, governments, industry partners, and especially the community members and individuals who are so generous with their time and sharing of their knowledge and experience.
War and Peace Dynamics (WarPeD)
War and Peace Dynamics—known as WarPeD—is the flagship research group of the Centre for Peace Studies (CPS) at the University of Tromsø (UiT) – the Arctic University of Norway. WarPeD focusses on highlighting, profiling and promoting quality interdisciplinary research on historical and contemporary issues and challenges pertaining to war and peace.
The research group members come from different disciplines—including sociology and anthropology, media studies, security studies, politics and international relations, history, philosophy, gender studies, peace studies and education. This enables research problems to be viewed from diverse academic perspectives—facilitating an all-encompassing understanding of war and peace dynamics. WarPeD members have been engaged in research publications and projects that revolve around not only theoretical issues but also empirical cases from different parts of the world.
For further information on WarPeD, please contact Professor Gunhild Hoogensen Gjørv at firstname.lastname@example.org
Groundlab is an exciting new creative design studio, developed for the Sincil Bank community by the University of Lincoln in collaboration with the city of Lincoln Council.
We work with residents groups and other stakeholders on a range of projects with a focus on placemaking and public space.
Groundlab also operate as a community drop-in design forum for residents where we can exchange ideas, develop, test and build projects over the next few years, grown community collaboration in the Sincil Bank are of the city
Projects range from small scale urban park spaces, installations, pop up spaces and street furniture to larger scale building of architecture and masterplan proposals.