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Opportunity profile: Redefining disability-inclusive development

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Accessibility is a watchword for the AHRC’s latest global-development call

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  • Proposals must include at least one international co-investigator and should take positive action to include people with disabilities.
  • Applications from existing networks need to demonstrate added value.
  • Principal investigators from outside the arts and humanities can apply but must demonstrate an understanding of the field.
  • Proposals must demonstrate genuine co-production between academics, persons with disabilities and other sectors.
  • Accessibility concerns should be addressed throughout the application.

Once again the Arts and Humanities Research Council is leading on a global development call. This time it has a total of £900,000 available for bids to its Research Networking scheme that address issues relating to the contributions that arts and humanities research can make to disability-inclusive sustainable development.

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