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This welcome information session and drinks reception will give you an opportunity to learn more about the Undisciplined Spaces 2024 programme. This will be a relaxed space to chat with the participants of the Undisciplined Spaces 2023 programme, as well as staff from the Young Foundation and the King’s Faculty of Arts & Humanities’ Impact & Knowledge Exchange team.

What is 'Undisciplined Spaces'?

The Arts & Humanities are the key to unlocking nuanced explorations of who we are; how we exist; where we have travelled from and how we can move forward to tackle problems that affect us as people, as part of a group, as a society. Undisciplined Spaces forms part of an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) awarded to the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. This £60,000 programme aims to embed and extend skills, opportunities, and experiences for dynamic, impactful, community-based engagement activities within the next generation of researchers. It will drive positive, meaningful social change rooted in research across local London communities. Researchers involved will be mentored and trained by experts from The Young Foundation, the UK’s home for community research and social innovation.

Please come along to an information session and informal drinks reception on 26 October (or 21 November) from 17:00-18:30 in the REACH Space (3rd Floor, East Wing, Strand Campus) where you can meet last year’s participants from the 2023 Undisciplined Spaces programme, alongside staff from the Young Foundation and the King’s Faculty of Arts & Humanities’ Impact & Knowledge Exchange team.

To find out more please click the Register button or contact Dr. Emma Libonati.

Event details

REACH Space, 3rd Floor, East Wing
Strand Campus
Strand, London, WC2R 2LS

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