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AHRC seeks to drive impact of research linked to development

The Arts and Humanities Research Council is to fund innovative ways of increasing the impact of its research to boost development in low-income countries.

The AHRC announced on 24 April that is gearing up to launch a funding call later this year under its Follow-on Funding for Impact and Engagement Scheme, which receives funding from the Global Challenges Research Fund.

The council said it planned to invite researchers to submit collaborative proposals worth up to £100,000, for periods up to 12 months maximum. Project should aim to boost the impact of AHRC-funded research, including projects funded under the GCRF and the Newton Fund. Development organisations in lower-income countries should participate in the proposals, the AHRC said.

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