The GW4 Alliance has invested over £2.8m in 87 collaborative research communities, which have generated £37m in research income. This means that for every £1 GW4 spends on collaborative research communities, GW4 captures £13 in external research awards.

The GW4 Alliance has adopted the Russell Group Research Integrity Statement of cooperation in cross-institutional research misconduct allegations, which aims to support the efforts of researcher communities to foster research integrity (also known as good practice in research or the responsible conduct of research).

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Transformative history education: Learning from creative practices in Cambodia, Colombia and Iraq

ACCELERATOR FUND

Project period: September 2018 – April 2019

GW4 community leads
University of Bath: Lizzi Milligan & Peter Manning
University of Bristol: Julia Paulson
Cardiff University: Kate Moles
University of Exeter: Catriona Pennell

Project overview
Our network is focused around the GW4 Grand Challenge Area of social justice and inequality. It also addresses the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) challenges of human rights, good governance, and social justice and of equitable access to sustainable development.


Wales and South West responses and preparations for Brexit and UK trade policy

accelerator FUND

Project period: February – September 2019

GW4 community leads
University of Bath: Dr Maria Garcia (PI)
University of Bristol:  Dr Clair Gammage
Cardiff University: Dr Jo Hunt
University of Exeter: Dr David Thackeray

Project overview

This community brings together academics, business representatives and stakeholders in the region to raise awareness and understanding of the intersections between trade policy and other domestic policies and to consider and identify pathways to influence future UK trade policies.