Building Research by Communities to Address Inequities Through Expression

Project Details


The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine working with Edge Hill University, Liverpool John Moores University, Writing on the Wall and Capacity Development International have been awarded 9 months funding (Nov 22- July 23) to build a research consortium that brings together Liverpool-based researchers,
arts organisations, health providers and community groups with an active interest and/or experience in improving people’s health in Liverpool’s most underserved communities through arts and culture with an initial focus on storytelling. The focus during these 9 months is on consortium building and involves a series of workshops/meetings so that we can build a strong foundation to pursue future grant funding in the arts and health together
Effective start/end date1/11/2231/07/23

Collaborative partners

  • Edge Hill University
  • Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (Project partner) (lead)
  • Liverpool John Moores University (Project partner)
  • Writing on the Wall (Project partner)
  • Capacity Development International (Project partner)


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