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Heritage for Global Challenges Report 2021


‘Heritage for Global Challenges’, is a report written by PRAXIS Post-doctoral Researcher Dr Francesca Giliberto, to address the fact that heritage remains largely absent from the most recent international development agenda (2030 Agenda), adopted by the United Nations. The report examined 87 projects from 49 countries funded by the UK’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and the Newton Fund and demonstrates the relevance of heritage research to tackle global challenges and to foster sustainable development.

Changing the Story Festival InSide Out and OutSide In Programme


Festival programme for a hybrid event that took place 14-18 June 2021 in person in Kosovo and online. It featured the launch of the artwork installation “The Square of Untruth”, sessions from CTS projects Respace, CoLearnSEE, and The Making of the Museum of Education about their research and findings at the ‘Perspectives on Past, Present and Future.

WPS1 FINAL Post Participatory Arts for the Post Development Era


This first working paper "Post-Participatory' Arts for the 'Post-Development' Era" is co-authored by Professor Paul Cooke and by Inés Soria-Turner. It represents some initial work undertaken during an international seminar in Leeds in February 2017 and subsequently during a series of participatory video projects in South Africa, Brazil and India as part of the University of Leeds' previous GCRF grant 'Voicing Hidden Histories: Troubling the National Brand'.

WPS2 FINAL Mobilising the Past


"Mobilising the Past to Support Human Rights and the UN Sustainable Development Goals" This literature review, authored by Emma Parker (University of Leeds) has been compiled as part of the AHRC-funded project, ‘Mobilising Multidirectional Memory to Build more Resilient Communities in South Africa’ (Taberner and Boswell, 2017). It offers a selective annotated bibliography of scholarship, projects and literature examining how memories of dark pasts intersect with both the arts and international development goals.

BST Youth Leadership Programme v1.2 1


This document provides guidance on the implementation of the Bishop Simeon Trust’s (BST) youth leadership programme, developed in partnership with the University of Leeds and our South African partners since 2015.

A state of Mental well being (final)


'A State of Mental Wellbeing Through Arts', directed by Achabu Kire was screened as part of the Changing the Story Online Film Festival 2020.