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Renew and upgrade facilities for creative and cultural research

Apply for funding to develop your organisation’s creative research capability.

Grants can be used to renew, repurpose and upgrade research facilities and equipment.

You must be at a UK-based organisation eligible for UK Research and Innovation funding. Standard Arts and Humanities Research Council eligibility rules apply.

Develop research for BBC platforms: New Generation Thinkers 2023

This prestigious scheme allows 60 early career researchers to develop programmes for the BBC.

If selected, you’ll workshop ideas with BBC producers, get media and public engagement training and a platform for informing and influencing public opinion, policy and practice.

Large grants for ambitious research in the social sciences: outline stage

Apply for a large grant to fund ambitious social science-focused research with the potential for significant economic or societal impact.

This opportunity also includes funding for one ‘resilience in crises’ grant.

You must be based at a UK organisation eligible for funding. Standard ESRC eligibility rules apply.

This is the outline proposal stage.

Digital research fellowships at US cultural institutions

Apply for funding to develop digital research at US cultural institutions.

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding. Cultural institution staff are particularly encouraged.

Fellowships to inform policies for culture and heritage capital

Apply for funding to inform policies for culture and heritage capital.

You must:

  • be based at an organisation eligible for UK Reseach and Innovation (UKRI) funding
  • have a PhD or equivalent experience
  • meet AHRC’s early career researcher status.

Future Leaders Fellowships: round 7

This scheme is for early career researchers and innovators who are either:

  • looking to establish or transition to independence
  • developing their own original and ambitious plans within a commercial setting.

We are offering funding to support ambitious research or innovation programmes across UKRI’s remit.

You must be based at, and have the support of, an eligible academic or non-academic institution.

International networks for disability-inclusive global development

Apply for funding to explore the impact of arts and humanities research on disability-inclusive sustainable global development.

This is a highlight notice for the AHRC Research Networking scheme (Arts and Humanities Perspectives and Shared Learning: Disability Inclusive Sustainable Global Development).

The principal investigator must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding.

You will need to establish international research networks.

Equality, diversity and inclusion caucus

Apply for funding to lead on providing high quality research evidence on equality, diversity, and inclusion that informs policy and practice in the research and innovation system.

Standard eligibility for organisations and institutions applies.

Pre-announcement: early career fellowships in cultural and heritage institutions

Apply for funding to conduct research at cultural and heritage institutions.

You must:

  • be an early career researcher
  • have either a doctorate in a relevant subject or equivalent professional experience and skills
  • have the support of an eligible host, such as an independent research organisation in the culture and heritage sector.

Host the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre: stage one

Apply to host the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC) in its next phase from June 2023.

You must:

  • be an eligible research organisation or independent research organisation
  • have deep knowledge of the creative industries and associated policy landscape
  • have a credible track record of excellence in research on the creative industries.

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