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Twitter Thread: Leading Research Agendas
In March 2021 we responded to the news that the government was cutting organisational development funding by tweeting examples of how Rights for Time has been responsible for directing cutting edge research and leading research agendas all over the globe.
Twitter Thread: Breaking trust with a global community
The UK Government has announced a significant decrease in ODA funding. Therefore, UKRI is looking to make cuts or terminate recently awarded projects funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund. In March 2021 we tweeted out examples of how these cuts will break the trust that a global community has in Britain, view the entire thread by clicking below.
Remote Global Challenges Research
by Jasmin Kauldhar, Sarah Rockowitz, and Madeleine Ingham, the University of Birmingham February 2021
In our first official newsletter we welcome our project manager, Alexandra Enocson to the team. We share the recent virtual events we have hosted and participated in amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and celebrate funding grants and awards received by our project partners ahead of our official launch.
This research report explores the impacts of the pandemic on sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) in Kenya. The research was undertaken in collaboration with CARE Project Kenya and the Wangu Kanja Foundation who conducted interviews to document sexual and other forms of violence during Covid-19. July 2020
This policy brief is based on the findings of a research report exploring the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on patterns of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) in Kenya. Policy recommendations are offered based on the findings from the report. July 2020
How Does the Refugee Crisis Enter Language?
Rethinking the forms of social science in terms of linguistics and philology
Update fron the Jordan Case Study, April 2020
by Dr Abdullah Mohammad, Taghyeer, We Love Reading