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INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS SUBMITTING TO AHRC’S OPEN CALLS

As part of the implementation process of the cross-UKRI  decision to remove the Pathways to Impact Attachment and Impact Summary section for Research proposals (effective from 1st March 2020),  we have now removed all references on the AHRC Website related to the Pathways to Impact attachment and updated all our core Funding Call Guidance Documents to reflect the changes.

As these changes are taking place over a period of a week we would strongly encourage applicants not to submit proposals to our open Calls (Research Grants, Research Grants Early Career, Leadership Fellows, Leadership Fellows Early Career, Follow on Funding for Impact and Engagement and Research Networking) during the period 24th February to 29th February.

If you do need to submit to one of our open Calls during this week we are aware that the changes may not be reflected in Je-S immediately, therefore, if you are submitting your application to us within the period of 24th February – 1st March we would ask you to contact the AHRC prior to submission via our general enquiries number or email address

Phone: 01793 416060
Email: enquiries@ahrc.ukri.org

UK-Turkey Creative Industries Research Networking Awards

Closing Date: 27/02/2020

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is pleased to announce a call for Research Networking awards focusing on how the creative industries can have a transformative impact on prosperity, social cohesion and sustainable growth in Turkey. 

Enabling Research in Smart Sustainable Plastic Packaging

Closing Date: 17/03/2020

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) invites proposals for projects to establish academic‑led research that addresses widely understood problems in relation to plastic packaging, whose solutions are unknown today, but which if solved will unlock existing barriers to fundamental systems change and make an important contribution to achieving the objectives of the SSPP Challenge.

Reducing the Impacts of Plastic Waste in Developing Countries

Closing Date: 17/03/2020

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), invites proposals for international, interdisciplinary, collaborative research projects under the Reducing the Impacts of Plastic Waste in Developing Countries call. This programme is funded through the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF).

Medical Humanities Awards 2020

Closing Date: 18/03/2020

The Medical Humanities Awards champion the application of the arts and humanities within interdisciplinary research, and recognise education and social action informed by the arts and humanities, which transform our understanding of health and social care, health, and/or wellbeing in their social, cultural, and political contexts. 

Where Next? Scoping Future Arts and Humanities Led Research

Closing Date: 02/04/2020

The AHRC is pleased to announce a new call for interdisciplinary scoping studies which will explore and develop ideas for interdisciplinary research areas which could form the basis of future research initiatives.

GCRF 'Conflict Intersections' Global Partnership Development Awards: Prevention and Resilience at the Intersections between Conflict, Fragility and Wider Development Challenges and Risks

Closing Date: 01/05/2020

AHRC, on behalf of UKRI, is planning to announce a new funding call in early 2020 for Partnership Development awards under the Global Challenges Research Fund's Collective Programme. This call will support the development of equitable partnerships and an interdisciplinary community to explore the intersections between conflict and fragility (SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions & GCRF Conflict portfolio) and wider development challenges (and other SDGs and GCRF portfolios) such as health, environmental resilience, sustainable cities and food systems, as well as cross-cutting development issues such as gender, inequalities, poverty reduction and sustainable livelihoods.