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Centre for Law and Social Justice Outline Stage

Apply to establish a Centre for Law and Social Justice that will:

  • deliver collaborative, interdisciplinary, challenge-led research
  • champion the arts and humanities
  • strengthen and diversify the research community

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding.

AHRC responsive mode: follow-on funding for impact and engagement: round two

Follow-on funding is awarded to cover unforeseen knowledge exchange, public engagement, active dissemination and commercialisation activities that arise during or after an AHRC funded project.

Grants of up to £100,000 are available with smaller grants of up to £30,000 for higher-risk activities.

AHRC responsive mode: standard research grant – round two

AHRC standard research grants support well-defined collaborative projects across the arts and humanities in areas covered by AHRC’s remit.

The full economic cost (FEC) of your project can be between £300,000 and £1.5 million. AHRC will fund 80% of the FEC.

The maximum duration of this award is five years.

AHRC Responsive Mode: Collaborate with Researchers in Luxembourg Round One

This opportunity funds work with researchers in Luxembourg. Collaborative work is governed by an agreement between UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and FNR.

You can submit collaborative research proposals in any area of arts and humanities within the remit of both AHRC and FNR.

Pre-announcement: Apply to run a focused doctoral award (Centre for Doctoral Training)

Apply for funding to recruit and train doctoral students through an AHRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT).

You must be based at a UK higher education institution (HEI) eligible for UKRI funding.

The CDT will provide training opportunities in the arts and humanities through partnership between higher education institutions and non-HEI organisations.

AHRC responsive mode: UKRI NSF-SBE lead agency: round one

This opportunity allows UK and US based researchers to submit a collaborative proposal that will go through a single review process.

You can submit a collaborative research proposal in any area of the arts and humanities within the remit of AHRC and NSF-SBE.

Realising the health co-benefits of the transition to net zero

Apply for funding to lead a transdisciplinary research hub towards realising the health co-benefits of the UK transition to net zero.

You must:

  • be based at a research organisation eligible for UK Research and Innovation funding
  • meet individual eligibility requirements

The total fund is up to £30 million across five years to fund challenge-led hubs.

Synthesising research on evolving narratives of histories and cultures

Apply for funding to mobilise, examine and synthesise humanities and social sciences research on the topic of evolving narratives of cultures and histories.

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding.

Pre-announcement: Accelerating the Green Economy Centres

Apply for funding to establish an Accelerating the Green Economy Centre to support the growth of emerging green industries, in economic geographies across the UK.

Collaboration with stakeholders is essential.

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) funding.

AHRC Innovation Scholars secondments in design: second round

Apply for funding to develop your skills through a design secondment.

You must be:

  • able to carry out research at a postdoctoral level (or equivalent)
  • a resident in the UK
  • employed by a UK organisation eligible for UKRI funding.

You can be at any stage in your career.

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