The Centre for Shared education, led by Professor Joanne Hughes at Queen’s University, advocates shared education as a model for promoting inter-relations through education.
The ICT4D Collective was set up by the current Chairholder, Tim Unwin, in 2004. They’re a group of people committed to undertaking the highest possible quality of research in the field of ICT4D and making the results of this available freely to the global community.
An Accredited Expert, Professor Ivor Gaber represents the UK government on the IPDC, the UN body dedicated to supporting media and communication in developing countries.
Mountains cover 24% of the Earth’s land surface and provide vital goods and services for over half of humanity. They must be protected.
Heritage provides people with a sense of place, identity, and belonging. By giving us a reason to live, the protection of heritage is inherently linked to the protection of people.
As the first Chair to focus on the science of hydrology, the team is working with partners across the globe to develop a transformative approach to the world’s ‘wicked’ water problems.
Led by Professor Alison Phipps, the Chair’s team of six is pioneering a series of research projects, residencies and events which place language and the arts at the heart of refugee integration.
Storytelling shapes the way we experience the world and advances human knowledge, but that’s only if everyone listens.
Access to an inclusive good quality education for all is crucial for realising sustainable livelihoods in prosperous, peaceful, diverse and democratic societies.
The Chair in Responsible Foresight for Sustainable Development was inspired by a long-term collaboration with UNESCO’s work on Futures Literacy but is shaped by the interests and calling of colleagues at the Lincoln International Business School.