Project News

Introducing the Community Engagement for Antimicrobial Resistance blog series Starting in August we’ll  be hosting a series of blog posts from the CE4AMR project’s summer workshop in Nepal.  This interdisciplinary meeting looked at how community engagement and participatory arts methodologies can tackle major health challenges including antimicrobial resistance (AMR).  Delegates...

Jessica Mitchell, Post-Doc on the new Community Engagement for Antimicrobial Resistance project takes us through the launch of the CE4AMR network in Nepal last month. The Changing the Story and Community Engagement for Antimicrobial Resistance project team recently returned from Nepal after co-hosting an interdisciplinary workshop on the use of...

El Programa de Estudios Críticos de las Transiciones Políticas (PECT) invita organizaciones y/o colectivos sociales, universidades, grupos de investigación o centro de estudios independientes, entidades del Estado, empresa privada y público en general, a presentar propuestas para el 3er Encuentro de Estudios Críticos de las Transiciones Políticas (PECT 3) La...

‘Participatory arts for health improvement in North East India: Documentary enquiry by Naga youth into the role of civil society organisations’ is a Changing the story ECR grant funded project that aims to document the innovative practices of civil society organisations (CSO) for youth engagement and health improvement in post-conflict...

Written by Jessica Mitchell. The University of Leeds and HERD international are in the final stages of planning a 3-day workshop, organised in partnership with Changing the Story, which will investigate the scope of community engagement methods to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR).  This June policymakers, researchers, and practitioners will congregate...

Kwibuka translates in Kinyarwanda as “to remember”. April 2019 marks 25 years since the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda. The 7th–14th April 2019 was a national week of mourning, and the remembrance period lasts until the 4th July. More information may be found on the official Kwibuka25 website....