Grundtvig Partnership: Defining and Measuring Quality in Adult Education Provision for Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Adult Learners
A project involving eight European organisations, funded by the European Union through its special adult education fund, Grundtvig. [Nikoli Frederik Severin Grundtvig (1783-1872), a Danish clergyman and writer, is regarded as the ideological father of popular and adult education].
Barcombe Roman Project
Research and Training excavations and other field work have been undertaken since 2001, initially on the site of a Roman Villa and recently on a Roman Bath House from 2008-2012.
To develop a Community of Practice (CoP) in which to research, deliberate and disseminate a strategic plan of community therapy practices for Deaf and hard of hearing people in Sussex.
The River Ouse Project: integrating history and ecology to sustain a living landscape
This interdisciplinary project will integrate ecological and historical research to show how everyday human land-use might be managed to ensure biodiversity objectives. The project focuses on grassland and woodland habitats in upper inundation areas of the River Ouse in Sussex where recent theoretical work suggests that flood alleviation measures could be linked to biodiversity objectives. There are three phases to the project: ecological survey and historical research; a field experiment; and eventually grassland enhancement projects linked to flood alleviation.
Raising the profile of Signed Languages within Europe.
Sisterhood and After: the women's liberation oral history
A unique oral history archive that charts the history of the women's movement (1960s-1980s) through personal stories. Funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
The Hidden Histories of Communities
Grundtvig Partnership: A Lifelong Learning project to explore the life and history of three different communities using oral history methods.