Cathy Ratcliff has worked in International Development for 28 years, and has just finished writing a briefing paper for the Scottish Parliament’s new Cross-Party Group on Russia after working for several charities.
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With the UK Space Agency have teamed up to launch a crowd-sourced history campaign, to showcase some of the fascinating memories and insights from this landmark moment.sjkdhsahd
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To celebrate World Heritage Day, we spoke to some of the Principal Investigators on a range of AHRC-funded heritage research projects, to get their take on the five key insights from the heritage sector.
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A University of Leeds-led project to help young people whose lives have been affected by conflict will showcase how the arts and humanities can help those in need.
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The concerns of the Romantic Poets are still relevant today, even though their climate fears are different to ours.
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When it comes to academic success it's not only good to talk, it's essential. Being able to work collaboratively with others in the field is vital.
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh left an exceptional body of work across arts, architecture and interior design. He was someone who was very much of his time – but who was also looking to the future through his work, and who has remained enduringly popular.
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How many senses do we have? Professor Barry Smith explores them all in his new series The Uncommon Sense
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Funded through AHRC’s open call, Early Career Leadership Fellow Dr Samantha Walton from Bath Spa University, hopes to explore the role which creative writing – be it non-fiction, prose or poetry – plays in human-nature relations.
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Professor Ian Hargreaves reflects on his journey into understanding creative activism and why a book about the digital world is still useful.
Read more about Creative Citizenship by the book: everyone, everything, everywhere