Conflict Theme Innovation Awards 2015

Award offers for the 10 Innovation Awards under the Conflict Theme were announced in December 2015.

Nine of the awards are jointly funded by AHRC and ESRC, apart from the one to Dr Laura Smith which is co-funded by AHRC, EPSRC and ESRC. The grant awards, in terms of RC contribution, are for between £60,000 and £80,000.

(click here to see the original call)

List of awards:

Principal Investigator                       Project Title                 Lead Research Organisation                       
Dr Fidelma Ashe  LGBTQ Visions of Peace in a Society Emerging from Conflict  University of Ulster
Dr Maria O’Reilly The Gender Politics of Demilitarisation: Examining DDR from the Perspective of Female (Ex)-Combatants Queen Mary, University of London
Dr Rachel Julian Raising Silent Voices: Harnessing local knowledge for communities’ protection from violence in Myanmar Leeds Beckett University
Dr Lee Jarvis British [Muslim] Values: Conflict or Convergence? University of East Anglia
Dr Kirsten Forkert Performing memory & memorialising conflict at a distance: innovative approaches to understanding the views of displaced people & receiving communities Birmingham City University
Dr Daniele Rugo Following the wires: sensing socio-material practices of everyday electricity supply in post-conflict Greater Beirut. Brunel University London
Dr Neelam Raina The Value of Culture in Conflict – Investigating the Sustainable Livelihood Generation for Craftswomen in Azad Kashmir (Pakistan) Middlesex University
Dr Laura Smith Predicting online radicalisation University of Bath
Dr Jonathan Fisher ‘Witchcraft’ and conflict: Exploring alternative discourses of insecurity University of Birmingham
Professor Siobhan Wills Community Experience of Conflict in Haiti: Assessing the Emotional Legacy of Civilian Deaths as a result of Intense Use of Force by UN Peacekeepers University of Ulster