AHRC International Networks for Disability-Inclusive Global Development

Closing Date: 22/09/2022

Funding available to explore the impact of arts and humanities research on disability-inclusive sustainable global development.

This is a highlight notice for the AHRC Research Networking scheme (Arts and Humanities Perspectives and Shared Learning: Disability Inclusive Sustainable Global Development).

This funding opportunity is looking to support research networking activities exploring the distinctive contributions that arts and humanities research can make to achieving disability inclusive sustainable global development.

Research networks are intended to:

  • Stimulate new debate and exchange of ideas between researchers and stakeholders
  • Develop or extend research partnerships, collaborations and ways of working across organisational, disciplinary, national or other boundaries
  • Support collaboration and inclusive engagement of wider communities in research agenda settings, co-design and critical reflection.

In particular, networks are expected to support:

  • International research collaboration which supports cross-cultural learning, the sharing of experience across contexts and equitable international partnership development
  • Participatory or co-researched approaches which forefront the voices, ideas and experiences of persons with disabilities.

Boundary crossing proposals that support the development of interdisciplinary perspectives connecting within and beyond the arts and humanities, and engagement with policy, practice and civil society are encouraged.

Proposals can be to develop new networks and partnerships or to expand existing networks and partnerships. Where proposals build on existing partnerships, they will need to clarify how they will add value to them and develop new collaborations (for example, by expanding their international reach).

Funding body Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
Maximum value £100,000
Reference ID S23907
Category Arts and Humanities
Fund or call Fund