Dr Robert Harland was invited to present the Newton Fund Repositioning Graphic Heritage project at the Heritage For Global Challenges event in West Bek’aa, Lebanon. The event, organised by Praxis: Arts and Humanities for Global Development from the University of Leeds, is part of Praxis’ remit to consolidate GCRF projects funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), and amplify their impact and policy relevance whilst championing the distinctive contribution that Arts and Humanities research can make to tackling urgent development challenges. 33 projects featured covering a diversity of topics, all focused on heritage.
See how this led collaboration between Loughborough University and the United Kingdom National Commission for UNESCO in the impact project Bradford’s Urban Graphic Heritage →
Read about the Repositioning Graphic Heritage project in the reports:
Praxis’ Heritage for Global Challenges Lebanon Workshop Report →
Praxis’ Heritage for Global Challenges →