Road to COP26 Innovation Grant Programme
Crafting Futures Nepal (CFN) is a partnership between Edinburgh Napier University (Inge Panneels, Creative Informatics), Kathmandu University and Applied Arts Scotland (AAS), funded by the British Council. Applied Arts Scotland (AAS) are a founding partner of the British Council’s UK Crafting Futures Network.
The CFN research project will be threefold:
1: it will develop the brief for incubator programme, informed by expertise of all three partners [estimated 3x working days]
2: it will assess and monitor the programme and present it at COP26 in Glasgow in November2021 [estimated x3 working days, not including travel]
3: it will develop a comparative study of the completed incubator programme and assess it against the criteria of a Circular Economy Model using Quadruple Bottom Line methodology and compare this against similar creative businesses in the Edinburgh City Deal Region (Creative Informatics) [estimated 10 working days]

  • Start Date:

    1 November 2020

  • End Date:

    28 February 2022

  • Activity Type:

    Externally Funded Research

  • Funder:

    British Council

  • Value:


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