The Eleanor Glanville Institute would like to invite you to attend a food and drink reception to share learning from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP) project as it culminates Phase One that worked with over 90 partner organisations and 20,874 youth participants from 2020-2022 and launches Phase Two to introduce an additional 8 Medium Grant projects and 2 Large Grant projects to be led by over 20 new partnering organisations across Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Indonesia and Nepal from 2022-2024
The reception will take place during the ‘MAP Gathering’ to explore what they have learned so far and to identify pathways forwards while celebrating the work to date. Researchers, artists and young people from the four participating countries – Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Indonesia and Nepal – will come together for the first time across the Small, Medium, and Large Grant projects.
The reception will provide an excellent opportunity for staff at Lincoln to find out more about the project and to develop new relationships and partnerships.
A Welcome address will be given by Prof Neal Juster.
Presenting will be Prof Ananda Breed, Principal Investigator of AHRC GCRF Network Plus project Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP) and Co-Investigator of AHRC GCRF Network Plus project Changing the Story, with further group discussions and performances facilitated by international project leaders, cultural artists and youth researchers.
- Date: Friday 11th November
- Time: 4pm-6pm
- LPAC Auditorium, Lincoln
4.00–4.15 Prof Neal Juster
Welcome! Context of arts-based research methods, international partnerships, and alignment with SDGs
4.15–4.20 Prof Ananda Breed, MAP Youth Researchers
Introduction to Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP)
4.20–5.20 Dr Harla Sara Octarra (Atma Jaya Catholic University); Ms Tajyka Shabdanova (Foundation for Tolerance International); Mr Bishnu Khatri (Human Rights Film Center) and Dr Rajib Timalsina (Tribhuvan University); Dr Chaste Uwihoreye (Uyisenga Ni Imanzi); and MAP Youth Researchers
World Café: MAP Art-based Outputs and Policy Brief tables to create small group discussions based on projects in Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Indonesia and Nepal
Informing Curriculum and Policy: Use of MAP data for Research, Teaching, and Learning
Performance or MAP Film
5.50–6.00 MAP Youth Researchers