GCRF / PaCCS Interdisciplinary Innovation Awards on Conflict and International Development

The AHRC and the ESRC are pleased to announce the funding of thirteen Interdisciplinary Innovation Awards under the Conflict Theme of PaCCS. The total amount of funding provided under this call is £1,021,252.

(click here to see the original call)

List of Awards:

Principal Investigator                      Project Title                Lead Research Organisation                       
Dr Irina KuznetsovaUkraine’s hidden tragedy: understanding the outcomes of population displacement from the country’s war torn regionsUniversity of Birmingham
Dr Nils-Christian BormannDo Nightlights Emissions Enlighten? Exploring the effect of local economic conditions on violence against civilians during civil warUniversity of Exeter
Dr Lars WaldorfPerforming Empowerment: Disability, Dance, and Inclusive Development in Post-Conflict Sri LankaUniversity of York
Professor Beverley Milton-EdwardsRevolt in the ‘Square’: Spatial Modelling of Urban Stability in Modern Cities New insights and approaches for preventing conflict and violenceQueen’s University of Belfast
Dr Robin HickeyRestoring cultural property and communities after conflictQueen’s University of Belfast
Professor Matthew BrownPEACE FESTIVAL: Sharing Creative Methodologies for Unearthing Hidden War Stories for Peace [For Spanish version click here]University of Bristol
Dr Madhu KrishnanUgandan Youth and Creative Writing: New Perspectives on Conflict and DevelopmentUniversity of Bristol
Dr Oliver Edward WaltonLiving on the Margins: Using literary comics to understand the role of borderland brokers in post-war transitionsUniversity of Bath
Dr Adam BranchNarratives of Conflict, Climate, and Development: Re-envisioning Sustainability from Post-War Northern UgandaUniversity of Cambridge
Dr Amiera SawasClimate Adaptation, Land Acquisition and Security: the Gendered Politics of Dispossession in PakistanImperial College London
Dr Ayesha SiddiqiAfter Disaster Strikes and Other Stories:  The political construction of Typhoon Pablo in insurgency affected communities in MindanaoRoyal Holloway, University of London
Professor Pedro RebeloUnderstanding the role of music and sound in conflict transformation: the Mozambique case studyQueen’s University of Belfast
Professor Sabine LeePeacekeeper Fathered Children in HaitiUniversity of Birmingham