PRAXIS is delighted to share ‘Heritage for Global Challenges’, a report written by Post-doctoral Researcher Dr Francesca Giliberto, to put heritage research firmly on the international development agenda and to demonstrate the relevance of heritage research to tackle global challenges and foster sustainable development. The comprehensive report examines 87 Arts and Humanities projects implemented in 49 countries funded by the UK’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and the Newton Fund, features 32 case studies, and a series of rich recommendations for maximising the potential of heritage research for international development.
PRAXIS is delighted to announce the launch of a new publication ‘Transforming Conflict and Displacement through Arts and Humanities’, by Post-doctoral Researcher Dr. Robyn Gill-Leslie, following the launch of our flagship report ‘Heritage for Global Challenges’ by Dr. Francesca Giliberto in February, 2021.
PRAXIS is delighted to announce the launch of a new publication: “Engaging and Empowering Young People through Arts and Humanities Approaches in the Context of Global Challenges”, a report written by Dr Alyson Brody. Looking at youth-focused work from across the Global Challenges Research Fund, the report reflects on the value of innovative, creative arts-based research approaches for engaging young people and promoting youth voices in ways that go beyond tokenism, enabling positive change where current youth-focused policies and interventions often fail.