Reflections

Written by Marlon Moncrieffe, Principal Investigator on the Phase 2 Kenya and Nepal project. ‘Examining Interpretations of Civic National Values made by Young People in Kenya and Nepal’ is led by a consortium of UK, Kenyan and Nepalese partners, a fusion of academics, educators, peacebuilders, civil society organisations and Performance...

Throughout September 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). This week we hear from three academics from very different backgrounds....

In June, Praxis, alongside Changing the Story and CE4MR,  hosted an interdisciplinary workshop on the use of community engagement methods to tackle Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in Nepal.  In line with Praxis’ aims of drawing out learning across projects to make explicit the contribution of arts and humanities themes and methods...

Written by Laura Taylor, Principle Investigator of the Phase 2 project YouthLEAD: Fostering Youth Peacebuilding Capacity in Colombia. Poised on the edge of a steep hill, Gestores de Paz – Potosí [Promoters of Peace] is located in Ciudad Bolívar, an extension of the sprawling capital city Bogotá. Each Saturday, volunteer...

Throughout the Summer 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). For the next few weeks we will hear from delegates...

Throughout 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). For the next few weeks we will hear from delegates from...

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...

                    By Matt Harmon and Emily Russell. The theatre is a place to develop empathy and explore one’s own humanity. We believe creative expression is instrumental to establishing a common understanding from which sustainable peace can be created and enacted. Playwriting...